Billing and Remittance
We are happy to provide this official information page for customers and vendors to reference for Encore Electric billing information and questions related to paying invoices.
Encore Electric has been made aware of efforts by criminals to illegally obtain payments from customers or suppliers. Please be aware of phishing attempts by these bad actors, wary of emails that purport to be from Encore Electric representatives or accounting members that ask you to remit payment to a different address than the one listed on this page.
Encore Electric will never ask you to send payment to a different address than the one listed on this page, or attempt to contact you about payment via text message.
Please keep in mind that only emails that originate from @EncoreElectric.com are valid – there are four total ‘e’s in the valid email address, including both the ‘e’ at the end of Encore and the ‘e’ at the beginning of Electric.
If you ever have a question about the veracity of an inquiry, whether by phone or email, related to Encore Electric accounts receivable or accounts payable, please call our main line at 303-934-1234.
Our remittance address is:
7125 W. Jefferson Ave., #400
Lakewood, Colorado, 80235
If you have questions, please contact:
Do you accept ACH Payments?
Encore Electric does accept and prefers ACH Payments. Please reach out to Julie McCool to set up an ACH debit authorization.
Do you accept credit card payments?
Encore Electric accepts payment via credit card. Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are accepted. If you want to pay by card, please contact the project accountant for your area.
Denver Metro Area and Montana:
Colorado Springs Area:
Northern Colorado and Wyoming:
If you are worried about billing and accounting fraud, we’ve put together these short resources for your use.
The Encore Electric billing and accounting team is always happy to answer any questions you have about an invoice or billing inquiry you may have received – please contact us at the number above.
How to Prevent Billing Fraud – GrowthForce
Essential Guide to Accounts Payable Fraud – Netsuite