In the past, the only way to save was to cut back on your overall energy use—something we know can be difficult. Now with the Smart Energy Plan, we’re giving you more control.
How the Smart Energy Plan is Different
The delivery portion of your bill will now be based on how efficiently you use the grid.
Your new delivery cost will be based on when you choose to use electricity and how much electricity your devices use at the same time. The fewer devices you use at once, the less energy you’ll need to power them.
The difference between our standard delivery rate and the Smart Energy Plan is like the difference between a car’s speedometer and odometer. The speedometer records a car’s speed at a specific moment in time, which is how your delivery will now be measured. The odometer records the number of miles a car travels over time, which is how energy usage is measured.
You’ve Got Two Ways to Save
Stagger the use of your large electric devices instead of using them all at once to lower your energy delivery costs.
Shift your energy use to off-peak hours to see even greater savings.
Peak: Noon to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday
Off-peak: All other hours
See How You Can Save
By staggering the use of large devices, you can save money, especially during peak hours. Waiting until off-peak hours and staggering the use of large devices saves the most money on delivery costs.
Get Ready to Take Control of Your Energy Bill
The Smart Energy Plan starts October 1.*
If you decide the Smart Energy Plan is not right for you, you can opt out at any time with no penalty or termination fee.
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