registering gives convenient, secure access to your account
turn on or transfer service, get a letter of credit or check an order status
there are many options for paying your bill: online, by phone, by mail or in person
payment arrangements, safety net, deposits & past-due information
send documents to us by email
rebates that can help you save
We recommend you turn your thermostat to 79 degrees in the summer or 68 degrees in the winter. Every 1-2 degrees you raise or lower your thermostat impacts your bill.
Understanding your service plan can help make a difference in your monthly bill. Learn the details of your plan or compare to our other service plan options.
The kilowatt hour reading on your meter is continuous and any meter reads that are estimated will automatically adjust the following month.
Changes to the number of people in the home or schedule shifts can impact energy use. For example, children at home during summer break or out of town visitors can lead to more energy use.
Check out this sample bill with a breakdown of charges. Even if you are on a different service plan, your bill will look similar with many of
these same line items.
Curious how much your aps bill is affected by heating and
air conditioning? Check out this simple calculation to learn the impact of
heating and air conditioning on your monthly bill.
From the summer heat in southern Arizona to the winter season in northern Arizona, seasonal changes can have an effect on your energy bill.
see what’s next for Arizona’s energy future
copyright © 2018 APS. all rights reserved