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Your new APS bill provides a clear breakdown of your energy costs. Explore a bill guide for an idea of the charges and features you may see with explanations.

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Budget Billing page 1
  1. Amount Due and Account Information

    Find key information about your bill, including the total amount, the date the bill was created, the date your payment is due and your account number.

  2. Monthly Statement

    A summary of your bill for the current billing period, including your previous payment, charges and credits to your account, and the total amount due. Your monthly Budget Billing Payment is shown here.

  3. Budget Billing Status

    Find your current monthly payment and your Settle-Up Balance, which varies based on your energy usage each month. If your monthly Budget Billing Amount is changing, the new payment amount to start next month is also displayed.

  4. Plan Comparison

    Find out if you’re on the rate plan that saved you the most money or if there’s another plan that could have helped you save more.

  5. Monthly Insights

    See how your energy usage and costs compare to previous months, and gain insights to help you control costs.

  6. Ways to Pay

    There are several ways to pay your bill. Choose the option that’s most convenient for you.

  7. Payment Stub

    If paying by mail, detach this section and include it with your check.

  8. Total Paid Amount

    If paying by mail, you’ll need to write the total payment amount here.

  9. QR Code for Payment

    Scan this code with your phone’s camera to explore payment options and pay your bill online.



*Note: What's shown here is an example. You may see differences on your bill.

Looking for more pages?

To see the other pages of your bill guide, return to the previous page and choose your price plan from the list.

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Off-Peak Generation of Electricity
A charge for producing the energy used during off-peak hours.

Off-Peak Delivery Service Charge
A charge for delivering energy to your location based on your off-peak kWh usage.

On-Peak Generation of Electricity
A charge for producing the energy used during on-peak hours.

On-Peak Delivery Service Charge
A charge for delivering energy to your location based on your on-peak kWh usage.

Generation of Energy
A charge for producing the energy used.

Energy Delivery Service Charge
A charge for delivering energy to your location based on your kWh usage.

Systems Benefits Charge
A charge to cover the costs of programs approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission, including low-income assistance, demand-side management, customer education, environmental, renewables, long-term public benefit research and development, nuclear fuel disposal and nuclear power plant decommissioning programs, and more.

Federal Transmission and Ancillary Services
A charge for transmitting energy from generating stations to customers.

Demand Charge On-Peak - Generation
A charge for generating energy based on your highest hour of energy used during on-peak hours.

Demand Charge On-Peak - Delivery
A charge for delivering energy based on your highest hour of energy used during on-peak hours.

Basic Service Charge
Charges for providing basic service functions and having service available, whether you use energy or not. Basic service charges on your bill include: Customer Account, Metering, Meter Reading and Billing.

Environmental Benefits Surcharge
A charge to cover the cost of programs approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission, including energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

Federal Transmission Cost Adjustment
A charge to cover changes in the cost to transmit energy to customers.

LFCR Adjustor
A charge to recover the costs of providing service through power poles, wires and other infrastructure, that are not collected due to mandated energy efficiency and rooftop solar projects.

Power Supply Adjustment
A charge to cover what APS pays for fuel and purchased power.

Regulatory Assessment
A charge paid by customers of state-regulated utilities to help fund the Arizona Corporation Commission and Residential Utility Consumer’s Office.

Court Resolution Surcharge
This surcharge recovers certain costs APS requested in its 2019 rate case, as required by the Arizona Court of Appeals.

Franchise Fee
A fee paid to your local municipality for use of public land.

Grid Access Charge
This charge better aligns rates for some customers with rooftop solar to their cost of service.


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