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PIE&G's 24 hour answering service is available for outages or other electrical or natural gas emergencies. If you are experiencing an electrical outage or electrical emergency, please dial 1-800-423-6634. If you smell gas or have a natural gas emergency, please dial 1-800-655-8565

For your convenience, make payments and report meter readings using:

  • Pay-By-Phone 1-866-999-4571
  • Online (pieg.com) see Manage my Account box, upper left
  • Drop Box (located in PIE&G Parking Lot) - Check or money order to PIE&G with account number/s or attach current billing stub


    This year we’ve updated our EO programs to help you get more from your cooperative - more comfort, more savings and more living. Rebates and incentives are available to help manage your electric bill. These programs help reward your energy-saving actions. Plus, you’ll gain understanding and information on how to better manage your energy use. For more information about what Energy Optimization programs are available to you in 2015, visit michigan-energy.org and follow the links to PIE&G or call 1-877-296-4319.


    Have you set up your access to your account online yet? You can manage most routine tasks like report meter readings, check account status, make a payment, review billing history and usage. Click on “Login” under Manage My Account box in the upper left hand corner of this home page. Follow the prompts to register for online access to start saving time and postage!



    Be aware of Suspicious emails, phone calls and mail

    Various ‘scam’ activities continue to be reported in the news media including callers claiming to be from the IRS, fake emails appearing to be from utilities or merchants, bogus letters purporting to be from the Social Security Administration, mail alleging recipients are prize winners of sweepstakes, and computer viruses that allow hackers to steal financial or credit card information. All scams attempt to seek money from unsuspecting victims. Most scams involve obtaining a victim’s personal information, such as bank account or Social Security number, under false pretenses. The scammer usually portrays a sense of urgency and pretends to be with an official organization to fool people into giving up personal information. To avoid becoming a scam victim, the Michigan State Police offer these tips:

  • Do NOT give personal information to unknown callers
  • Do not open unsolicited emails from unknown senders
  • Do not reply or respond to questionable mailings
  • Confirm the identity of a contact by independently speaking with the identified source (for example, your bank, credit card company, government agency, utility etc.)
  • Use a reliable independent source, such as the phone book, to confirm the contact’s phone number or email
  • Report any suspicious contacts to the police

    The only time Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op will gather personal information about you is when YOU call US to establish service or inquire on your account. If your account is delinquent, you will receive a notice on your bill and you will receive automated calls from our phone notification system. The call will instruct you to make payment using our secure automated phone system or on our website.

    The MI Attorney General’s website provides Consumer Alert information and outlines various scam types, common themes and how to avoid becoming a victim at: michigan.gov.

  • Presque Isle Electric
    & Gas Co-op
    19831 M-68 Hwy
    P O Box 308
    Onaway, Michigan
    Member Services

    Toll Free
    (800) 423-6634

    Gas Emergency
    (800) 655-8565
    Hours of Operation:
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 am - 4:30 pm

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