Effective May 1, 2013 the rates have changed.
With Time-of-Use rates, the price of electricity varies depending on when it is used. The rate periods are different in the summer and winter months.
With Time-of-Use rates, there is a financial incentive for you to conserve energy and to shift some consumption away from on-peak periods.
|May 1 to October 31|
|The highest energy prices occur over the afternoon, when air-conditioning use is greatest.|
|Weekends and Holidays|
|These periods are all off-peak, both summer and winter.|
|Off-Peak: 6.7 cents/kWh||Mid-Peak: 10.4 cents/kWh||On-Peak: 12.4 cents/kWh|