Time-of-Day (5-8 p.m.) Rate
This rate is now the standard rate for all residential customers.
What is Time-of-Day?
On the Time-of-Day (TOD) Rate, you pay different rates for electricity based on the season and the time of day that you use it.
Rates are lower during off-peak periods because it costs us less to produce or purchase electricity. Rates increase as demand and cost for electricity increase, especially during the summer months.
Peak hours are only three hours – 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Monday through Friday. All other hours, including all weekends and holidays are off-peak.
TOD Rates help you control your electric bill when you:
- Shift your electricity use to lower-cost off-peak times
- Use less electricity during the 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. peak hours
- Reduce your overall usage
How can I sign up for Time-of-Day?
If you own or lease a rooftop solar system or plug-in electric vehicle, you can enroll now. Otherwise, you'll be transitioned to the Time-of-Day (5-8 p.m.) Rate automatically. To help you prepare for the transition, you'll receive a letter approximately 30 days before your new rate is effective.
Customers on our Time-of-Day (4-7 p.m.) Rate can visit our TOD (4-7 p.m.) page for more information.
Resources and tools
Learn more about the different time periods and prices for Time-of-Day.
Time-of-Day customer success story
Brian made small changes in his energy usage and has seen great results on the Time-of-Day Rate. He shared:
"I've been a TOD customer for about 2 years now. I noticed my bill has actually gone down on the rate."
Watch Brian's story to see how he made TOD work for his lifestyle.