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Many factors can affect your bill, from the temperature setting on your air conditioner or water heater to whether you leave exhaust fans on in your bathroom or kitchen.
 
temperature changes
Weather may account for up to 70% of your electric bill. Arizona’s extreme summer temperatures can create high electric bills. Your bill may increase as much as 50% during the summer months because of changes in the weather. Although you may not have changed your thermostat setting, air conditioners run longer as temperatures become hotter which increases energy usage.
seasonal electric rates
​Billing rates change seasonally. Our summer rates go into effect in May and continue through October when Arizona’s energy demand  is higher. Our winter rates apply from November through April when energy demand is lower.
estimated meter reads
The kilowatt hour reading on your meter is continuous and any meter reads that are  estimated will automatically adjust the following month.
more people in the house
  • new baby
  • student home from college
  • houseguests
  • school break
  • recent retirement
changes in building structure
  • remodeling or room additions
  • new window, new drapes or broken sunscreens
  • skylights and light tubes
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