Puget Sound Energy joins doxo network

Seattle, February 16, 2011 — doxo and Puget Sound Energy announced a new way for PSE customers to go paperless. By PSE joining the doxo Network, customers can now sign up for a free doxo account to securely receive, pay and file their PSE bills using their doxo account.

doxo customers can receive, pay, and file their PSE bills directly and securely through their personal doxo account. A user can also manage documents and critical account information for multiple providers all in one place, using doxo as their digital filing cabinet.

Documents can be filed, printed, downloaded, or deleted at any time, and are securely stored for as long as the customer keeps their doxo account.

More than 800 million bills and other business documents are mailed to Western Washington residents each year, according to estimates based on U.S. Postal Service data.

Producing and sending this amount of paper consumes 150,000 trees, generates 160,000 tons of greenhouse emissions, and burns eight million gallons of fuel.

In February 2010, Seattle committed itself to becoming North America’s first “climate neutral” city, with a goal of reaching zero net per capita greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Increasing paperless adoption can be an important component to achieving this goal.

doxo allows companies of all sizes and industries — including credit unions and banks, phone companies, insurance companies, health providers and regional utilities — the opportunity to dramatically increase paperless adoption and online interaction by aligning efforts and providing a convenient new choice to customers. doxo is an online service and requires no software or IT services for companies to join the network.

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