On December 13, 2018, the Iowa Utilities Board approved a rate review request Alliant Energy filed in May 2018. The company had held natural gas rates steady for six years.
Despite the increase, typical bills will remain lower than those back in 2012. This decrease is due to several factors, including lower natural gas prices and lower corporate taxes. This change is highlighted in the chart below.
This rate increase will help the company pay for continuing efforts to maintain more than 5,000 miles of natural gas pipelines in Iowa. The company is replacing older materials, enabling more efficient safety inspections and expanding service for customers.
We’ve created energy management options to fit all sizes of homes and budgets. Whether you want to reduce your home energy use, improve comfort or try out a new pricing plan, we can help you decide which options will be most effective for you.
Ways to saveEnergy Assessments
Kick-start your monthly energy savings with a Home Energy Assessment. It’s worth up to $400, but free to all eligible Alliant Energy customers.
Lower your energy bill when you invest in energy-efficient equipment. Receive a money-saving rebate for a qualified purchase.
We offer a variety of payment options to help you gain convenience and control of your account.
Free! Manage your account online anywhere at any time. View your bill, manage your energy use and sign up for payment options.
Instant phone or online payment
Free! Pay by phone or online with a one-time transfer from your bank account.
Free! Your payment is automatically withdrawn from your bank account each month.
Free! Pay the same amount every month. Your payments are averaged to spread heating and cooling costs across the entire year.
Compare payment options tool
This simple tool will help you decide which electronic payment option is best for you.