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Energy charges vary between off-peak, on-peak, and critical-peak times.

The Time of Use (TOU) rate incentivizes residential members to adjust their routines and shift their energy use to off-peak periods. 

By making simple changes to when and how you use energy, you can:

  • lower your utility bill

  • increase energy efficiency

  • reduce your carbon footprint

Time of Use Rate

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Off-Peak

Rate Applies:

March - May

September - November

Hours:

All hours that do not fall

into the On-Peak or 

Critical Peak categories

On-Peak

Rate Applies:

Weekdays

June - August

December - February

Hours:

June - August

4 - 8 p.m.

December - February

7 - 10 a.m. & 6 - 9 p.m.

Critical Peak

Rate Applies:

During On-Peak hours

determined by the

power supplier during

load controls

HOW IT WORKS:

Electricity costs less during periods of low demand (off-peak hours).

By shifting your energy usage, you can significantly reduce your energy bill.

​Implementing these tips can help you reduce your energy consumption, lower your utility bills, and contribute to a more sustainable environment:

  • Postpone doing your laundry until the evening, and wash clothes in cold water

  • Run your dishwasher in the evening

  • Schedule heating and cooling to run during off-peak times

  • Use energy-efficient appliances

  • Use LED bulbs

  • Charge your electric vehicle overnight

BENEFITS:

SAVE MONEY

Lower rates during off-peak hours mean lower bills.

ECO-FRIENDLY

Reduce your strain on the grid and help the environment.

SMART

Use energy when it's most

cost-effective.

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