Rate details

On the Time-of-Day (5-8 p.m.) Rate, you pay different rates for electricity based on the season and the time of day that you use it. The charts below show the time periods and rates for the non-summer months and summer season.

Non-summer

October 1 - May 31

Midnight
5PM
8PM
Midnight
Off-Peak
Midnight – 5 p.m.
$0.0969 kWh
All day weekends and holidays
Peak
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
$0.1338 kWh
Off-Peak
8 p.m. - midnight
$0.0969 kWh

Summer

June 1 - September 30

Midnight
Noon
5PM
8PM
Midnight
Off-Peak
Midnight – noon
$0.1166 kWh
All day weekends and holidays
Mid-Peak
Noon – 5 p.m.
$0.1611 kWh
Peak
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
$0.2835 kWh
Mid-Peak
8 p.m. – midnight
$0.1611 kWh

Electric vehicle owners: Register your EV on My Account to receive a 1.5¢ charging credit on all electric usage between midnight and 6 AM

It’s important to conserve during peak hours

The goal of Time-of-Day pricing is to reduce how much electricity we use during peak hours.  Our need for electricity soars during late afternoon and early evening hours weekdays. This is especially true in the summer.

To meet this higher need, we often have to buy energy from very expensive and less environmentally-friendly sources.

Help us avoid purchasing less desirable energy and building new power plants by reducing your use during peak periods. By shifting the time you use electricity, you can save on your bill and reduce the impact on our environment.