National Grid Payment Agreement Form


To speed up this process, you can email your documents to National Grid or fax them by email. Please include your name, phone number and account number on all correspondence. National Grid accepts photos of evidence taken by your mobile phone and sent via email. Make sure the entire document is visible in the photo (both pages if necessary) and select a medium-sized resolution before sending. Also be sure to provide all personally identifiable information (PII) such as Social Security numbers and blackout bank account numbers. If your electricity has been cut off and you ask for it to be turned on, email your documents to UNYDPACutin@nationalgrid.com or fax them to 315-460-9522. If you are a new customer interested in signing up for a minimum payment agreement, email your documents to UNYDPAAI@nationalgrid.com or fax them to 315-460-9508. With our new COVID-19 payment contract, you can spread your outstanding amount into manageable monthly payments – with no down payment and no financial report. Shelter – mortgage, signed valid rental agreement, notariacompet renter, rental confirmation, including current date, amount and address, SNAP budget sheet, notarized SDS form, HUD/Sec 8 If you are an existing customer who wants to prevent your electricity from being cut off, email your documents to UNYDPAActive@nationalgrid.com or fax it to 315-477-7607.

Other expenses – Water/sanitation and household waste management (if not included in the laundry), laundry services, debit or rental payments for large appliances such as stove, washing machine, washing machine or dryer. FAE/EAA repayment rates, secondary mortgages or housing payments if not the principal residence. Medical Expenses – Monthly out-of-pocket expenses for health care, prescriptions that are current and/or on a phased payment plan (not including the total number of outstanding debts). Also consider the average monthly amount for health insurance. In the midst of the ongoing public health crisis of COVID 19, we recognize that you may still be in need. We have worked to help clients throughout the pandemic, and we are here – listen and help. Court Ordered – Monthly expenses such as child care, alimony or wages.