The City of Perry offers the average billing program to help customers budget for utility expenses by allowing
customers to pay a monthly payment based on average annual use. This program uses the current bill and
outstanding balance added to the previous 11 months to get an average amount that customers pay.
Recalculation occurs at least every four months, or whenever the account balance is one and a half times
over or under the current calculated average monthly utility payment plan.
In order to participate in this Program, the customer must:
- Enroll in the Program during the months of October through December (enrollment is not permitted at any other time of the year).
- Be a utility customer of the City of Perry for at least one year at the same address prior to the date of signing up and have a zero balance.
- Have had no late fees assessed and/or return checks or drafts for at least one year prior to date of signing up.
- Must remain enrolled in the Program for at least one year from the date of signing up.
- Make monthly payments before the 5:00pm on the 20th of each month.
If interested in this program please fill out the form available at City Hall, 622 Cedar Street.
Free Commercial and Residential Energy Audits
The City of Perry partners with the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA) to offer both commercial
and residential energy audits to our customers. A complete analysis and report will be provided to the
building or homeowner.
To schedule an appointment for an audit, call (580) 336-4037.
Ceiling Insulation Rebate Program
The Ways I Save Energy (W.I.S.E.) Ceiling Insulation Rebate Program offers financial incentives to residential electric customers who meet guidelines regarding energy-efficiency improvements accomplished with ceiling insulation in their homes.
WISE Loan Program
The WISE Loan program offers low-interest financing to qualified customers for approved energy-saving measures. Some of the approved measures include heat pumps, electric water heaters, insulation, programmable thermostats, weather-stripping and more. Both secured (home equity) and unsecured loans are available.
Click here for more information about the WISE Loan Program.
Automatic Bank Draft Program
The Automatic Bank Draft Program is designed to make paying your bill an easy and automatic process. With this program,
you authorize the utility to make automatic bank withdrawals to pay the your utility account during each billing cycle.
Utility bills will typically be withdrawn on or soon after the 12th of each month.
A voided check for the account is necessary to establish this service. If checks are not available on the account then a
letter from your bank with the routing and account numbers will be accepted.
If you are interested in this program, please fill out a form available at City Hall, 622 Cedar Street, or print a form by clicking on the link below.
Click here to download the application.
Heat Pump Rebate Program
The City of Perry partners with the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA) to offer
the WISE Rebate Program to residential customers and subdivision homebuilders who install energy-efficient air conditioners and
qualifying electric heat pumps. An energy audit must be performed and the homeowner must install a properly sized new air
conditioner or heat pump.
The following rebates are available:
- Air conditioners - $100/ton for minimum Energy Star SEER rating plus 2
- Air-Source Heat Pumps - $250/ton for minimum Energy Star SEER rating plus 1
- Dual-Fuel Heat pumps (Air-source) - $250.00/ton for minimum Energy Star SEER rating plus 1
- Geothermal Heat Pumps - $800/ton for minimum Energy Star EER rating and have an integrated water
heater or Desuperheater for domestic water heating
Star minimum ratings are 14.0 SEER for
air conditioners and air-source heat
pumps, and 17.1 EER for closed loop
ground source heat pumps. Please contact
the energy office for all stipulations
of rebate. All rebate standards amount
are subject to review and change as
Click here for more information about the WISE Rebate Program.
The Demand and Energy Efficiency
Program (DEEP) is intended to assist
qualified customers in member cities
to reduce their electric service
energy demands and costs. The
reduction of these demands will help
keep energy rates as low as possible
and delay the need to add additional
OMPA generation capacity to the
This program is available to
commerical customers only.