Choose when you use!
Peaks occur during times when many people need electricity at once. These typically occur on cold winter mornings and hot summer afternoons. The “rush hours” affect the cost of power. During the winter, peak times occur between 6-9 am and shift to 4-7 pm in the summer. You can help keep these costs stable by voluntarily shifting the time you use large appliances, like dishwashers and clothes dryers. You can also help and save money by adjusting your thermostat and your lighting.
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