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A time-of-use plan could help you save money.

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Based on your past energy use, you would have saved money just by being on a time-of-use plan.

 

How much? Sign in to find out.
Look for your Monthly Plan Comparison to see how much you would have saved. If you like what you see, you can easily switch plans online.

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Don’t have an online account yet?
You can easily create one. After signing in, just look for your Monthly Plan Comparison to see how much you would have saved.

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I’m new to time-of-use plans. How do they work?

APS offers two time-of-use plans: Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays and Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays with Demand Charge.

On both plans, the rate you pay is based on the time of day and day of the week you use energy. Rates are higher during on-peak hours, 4pm–7pm weekdays (excluding off-peak holidays), but lower during all other times or off-peak hours.

The Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays with Demand Charge plan also includes a monthly demand charge for the highest hour of usage during on-peak hours.

In the winter months (November through April), you’ll save even more on these plans during super off-peak hours, 10am–3pm weekdays (excluding off-peak holidays).

Do I need to do anything differently to save on a time-of-use plan?

Based on your past energy use, you would have saved money on one of our time-of-use plans. You wouldn’t have had to do anything differently to save; simply being on a different plan would have lowered your costs. If you continue to use energy in the same way, it’s likely that switching to the Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays or Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays with Demand Charge plan could help you save on future bills.

That said, there are things you can do to make the most of a time-of-use plan, and possibly save more. Watch as Brian, an APS customer, explains:

For more tips on how to save on a time-of-use plan, visit our plans page.

How much would I have saved on a time-of-use plan?

You can see how much you would have saved on a time-of-use plan by signing in to your online account. (link to aps.com/compare) Just look for the Monthly Plan Comparison section. It only takes a minute.

Switching plans is easy, and it could help you save.

As an APS customer, you can switch rate plans as often as each billing period, if you like. That means you can try a time-of-use plan – and if you decide you want to switch back later, you can. (Keep in mind, the change will take effect with your next billing period.)

Just sign in, look for the Monthly Plan Comparison section, and click Compare and Change Plans.

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Questions? We’re here to help. Visit our plans page for more information or call us anytime at (800) 253-9405 to talk about your plan options.


This information is meant for customers on the Fixed Energy Charge Plan who, based on their rate plan and data from their most recent bill, would save on a time-of-use plan. If you’ve switched plans recently, or didn’t receive a communication from APS about switching to a time-of-use plan, this information does not apply.


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