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    New MyMVU Smart Portal

    Log in today to experience improved access to your MVU account, payment options and electricity usage tracking.

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    See a CAPP Credit on Your Bill?

    MVU automatically applies credits from the California Arrearage Payment Program (CAPP) to qualified customers. You don't need to apply.

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    Own or Lease an EV
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    MVU customers can save 5 cents per kWh on their electric bill if they own or lease an electric vehicle.

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    Solar Application Update

    Solar applications must be submitted by e-mail including the requests for SCE customers.

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COVID-19, MVU, and You
In the interest of our customer's safety and the safety of our employees, masks are required to be worn inside the MVU payment center located at: 14331 Frederick Street, Suite 2, Moreno Valley.

The Mayor and City Council have unanimously approved a Covid-19 Utility Assistance program for Moreno Valley Utility (MVU) electricity customers. Learn more and apply for the COVID-19 Assistance Program

Scammers continue to target utility customers. Typically, they pose as utility "collection" employees and threaten to disconnect electric service unless a payment is made immediately using a pre-paid cash card or other quick method. This is a scam. We don't want you to fall victim to it.
Learn more about scam calls and what to do about them

City Hall Annex Solar Carports and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
The City Hall Annex Solar Carports is connected to the utility’s distribution grid and was brought on-line in March 2021. The Annex Solar Carports completes the second phase of solar carports installed at the City Hall complex. In conjunction with the solar carports, three electric vehicle charging stations were installed.

Two Level 2 chargers that can fully charge some electric vehicles in just four hours. These chargers were partially funded with a grant by the Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC).The third charging station is a Level 3 charger which is capable of providing an 80% charge in 30 minutes.
Learn more about the carport and charging stations

MVU has received calls of SCAMMERS threatening to shut off electrical service to our customers. To assist our customers during this difficult time and potential financial hardship, MVU has suspended service disconnections and late fees until further notice. Learn more about this scam

About MVU

Moreno Valley Electric Utility (MVU) was established in 2001 as a publicly-owned utility to serve the growing City of Moreno Valley. The rapid growth of the utility over the last few years has placed MVU in a position to successfully contribute to the economic development goals of the City, helping to attract world-class businesses to the area.
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