KUCHING, Jan 1: Sarawak Energy is encouraging customers to go paperless as they will start e-mailing electronic electricity bill or e-Bill starting this month.
As part of its ‘Go Paperless’ campaign, Sarawak Energy in a media release today, emphasised that it was also in line with Sarawak’s post Covid-19 economic recovery’s pillar in promoting digitalisation and environmental sustainability.
Syarikat Sesco Berhad chief executive officer (CEO) Lau Kim Swee highlighted that customers who sign up for Sarawak Energy e-Bill starting from Jan 1 to Dec 31, 2021 shall receive a RM2 rebate in their monthly electricity bills for a period of 12 months, effective from the next billing after the registration.
“Customers will no longer receive physical bills upon signing up and customers will receive their monthly e-Bill via their registered email addresses. This will ensure monthly bills to all our customers are delivered in a timely and secure manner.
“Please support Sarawak Energy’s sustainability and digitalisation initiative by signing up to the ‘Go Paperless’ campaign and choose e-billing today,” he encouraged.
Sarawak Energy pointed out that there are multiple benefits from going paperless as it offers needed convenience to receive and access their bills quickly anytime and anywhere as well as to avoid missing due bills.
Not only are they environmentally friendly, it also offers more privacy as the bill is sent directly and securely to registered email accounts and this will mitigate the risk of it getting lost or stolen.
To subscribe to e-Bill, customers need to provide name, registered contract account number with Sarawak Energy, e-mail address and mobile phone number.
Sarawak Energy also provides various channels and platforms for its customers to sign up to e-Bill.
To register, customers can either walk in to Sarawak Energy service centres, call 1300 88 3111, perform self-registration via SEB cares mobile application (available in App Store and Google Play) or via website www.sarawakenergy.com. — DayakDaily