BELCO is powering Bermuda's energy future, providing the energy necessary to drive economic growth and nurture future innovations.
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Manage your account, update your information, request new services and much more.
OPEN AN ACCOUNT
Customers who have never held an account with BELCO must have a company representative fill out the account opening form online.
Graduated Facilities Charge
The Graduated Facilities Charge covers the cost of specific infrastructure and business services required for each metered connection. It is based on each customer’s average daily kilowatt hour (kWh) consumption over the previous 12 month period, which would be reassessed monthly updating the Annual Rolling Average.
You can pay your BELCO bill at all local ATM’s. To receive your discount, pay 2 days prior to the discount date on your current bill.
You can pay your BELCO bill online through the BELCO website (MasterCard or on-demand debit) or via online banking. For online banking, simply log-in to your bank’s website and set BELCO up as a payee, then enter your BELCO Account Number.
Visit our Head Office on 27 Serpentine Road to pay your bill with our friendly Cashiers, or pay at either the St. George’s All Talk or Somerset Marketplace locations. Also, you can pay at the MoneyShop in the Washington Mall (a $3.00 surcharge will be applied).
We have 2 drop box locations: Head Office on 27 Serpentine Road and Gibbon’s Company.
If you plan to dig or trench on your property, please call BELCO (and other relevant utilities) before starting. We will send an expert to visit your site to locate and mark underground cables.
Contact us at least 1 week in advance so we’ll have time to do our part. When you call before you dig, you help ensure the safety of workers, and you can be certain that your electricity supply will be uninterrupted. This service is free, but damaged cables are repaired at your expense.
To arrange an appointment, call or email BELCO Customer Care:
Energy efficiency reduces running costs for businesses, lowers carbon emissions and shows the public that a company is environmentally aware.
With the help of your staff, there are many ways you can save energy. Here are some of our top tips:
Conduct an energy audit
Use energy efficient lighting
Use energy efficient computers
Convince your staff to go green
Install energy generation technology
Safety in the Workplace
Whether you work at a business, manage it, or own it, we all have one shared goal—we do not want anyone to get hurt or injured on the job.
Workplace safety starts will clear and purposeful communication. The foundation of any successful workplace safety effort is one that encourages employees to identify unsafe behaviours and opportunities for improvement, while also making well-informed safety decisions when carrying out even the most routine tasks.