Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP) Terms of Use

Welcome to Dayton Power and Light's website for Electronic Bill Presentment and Payment (EBPP). In order to use this site, you must complete our secure registration process to become an authorized user. All authorized users shall be required to agree to the following EBPP Terms of Use prior to completion of enrollment within the system. Authorized users shall indicate their agreement with these terms during their first login to the Product Site. Your use of EBPP through this site is not required. No enrollment or usage fees apply to your use of this site, although you may be assessed a fee for making online payments as stated on your electronic account statement. You also have the option to return to all other payment methods available to our customers at any time.

The following EBPP terms and conditions govern your use of our web site if you choose to enroll. Please note that your use of our EBPP web site constitutes your agreement to also follow and be bound by the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use found on our corporate web site at www.aes-ohio.com.

You agree that you will not decompile, reverse engineer, translate or generate source code with respect to the EBPP web site or any component thereof.

You may use the content on our EBPP web site only for limited, informational purposes. Our customers may use the forms and literature that we have provided on this web site for their personal or internal use. You may print out a single copy of the content if the copy bears all copyright, trademark, service mark and other intellectual property and proprietary notices displayed on the web page. You may not distribute, publish, transmit, modify, create derivative works from, or in any way exploit, any of the content, in whole or in part, for any purpose. Under no circumstances will you obtain any rights in the products, services, processes or technology described in the content.

We do not monitor or control the content of any web sites linked to or from our web sites, and therefore we are not responsible for the content of any web sites linked to our site or the terms of use or privacy practices employed by those other sites.

Dayton Power and Light (AES Ohio) uses reasonable efforts to include accurate, complete and current information on this site. However, AES Ohio does not warrant that the content herein is accurate, complete, current or free of technical or typographical errors. It is your responsibility to verify any information before relying on it. AES Ohio reserves the right to make changes and updates to any information contained within this site without prior notice.

Once you enroll to participate in Electronic Bill Presentment, in most cases you will no longer receive a paper bill starting with the next billing cycle. Failure to receive a bill (paper or electronic) or to review your bill does not excuse you from making prompt payments. AES Ohio recommends reading any bill inserts as they may contain regulated information.

If you elect to participate in electronic payments through our EBPP site, your payment can be made as a "one time" payment or you can schedule "recurring" payments. One time payments need to be made on or before the due date of the current bill, prior to 7:00 p.m. EST or EDST to avoid late payment fees on your billing account. Recurring payments may not become effective until the next billing cycle, and the recurring payment amount cannot be greater than $99,999.99.

If you choose to cancel your participation in Electronic Bill Presentment and/or Electronic Payment, there may be a delay in mailing a bill for the next billing period and/or cancelling a recurring payment. Failure to receive a paper bill does not excuse you from making prompt payments. It is your responsibility to contact Dayton Power and Light if billing has not resumed.