Our billing process takes place on the first of the month and you should receive your statement within the first few business days of the month. The due date will be printed on the bill, which is generally the 16th of each month. Payment must be received in our office on or before the due date and no penalty will be charged.
There is no extra fee to use cards or eChecks online or by phone.
Make a payment using the online app of SmartHub to make an immediate payment using bank account or credit card.
We accept Master Card and VISA, Debit or Credit Cards, if you desire to pay by card contact the office.
H-D accepts payments online or over the phone with your checking account information. Please contact the office or use SmartHub to do a one-time check payment.
An eCheck is a digital payment that serves the same function as a physical check. When H-D Electric accepts an electronic check payment, H-D receives the specified funds directly from the member's checking/savings account. Due to the fact that electronic checks are accepted over the Internet rather than in person, they are subject to additional security features, including encryption, digital signatures, and authorization.
H-D Electric Cooperative now offers our members the Automatic Payment Plan. You can have your payment made automatically from your checking or savings account.
You can mail your payment to PO Box 1007 Clear Lake SD 57226-1007.
We also have a secure payment drop box in our north parking lot (no cash please) at 18240 SD Hwy 15 Clear Lake, SD.
Penalties are $15 (or 2% of the balance for irrigation services) for anything received after the due date printed on your monthly bill.
Late penalties - $15.00 (for anything received after the due date printed on your monthly statement).
If our linemen are required visit your place for the purpose of collection or disconnect, a fee in the amount of $30.00 plus tax in addition to the electric bill will be collected or the service will be disconnected. In all instances, a member disconnected for non-payment of the electric energy bill will be required to make a deposit before restoration of service. The deposit will be equal to two times the average bill of the preceding twelve months or $200.00, whichever is greater. You will need to call the office to get the exact amount to pay.