Is SRP cheaper than APS?

Is SRP cheaper than APS?

What Can You Do? ​In general APS has higher energy rates than SRP, less efficiency rebates and they are less consumer friendly. Whether you are an APS vs an SRP customer, your decision to save energy in your home is still an important one.

What is a demand charge APS?

Demand. The Time-of-Use 4pm-7pm Weekdays with Demand rate plan has a monthly demand charge, which is a charge for your highest hour of energy used between 4pm-7pm weekdays, each billing month.

How much does APS charge per kWh in Arizona?

Arizona Public Services (APS) offers three different rate plans to customers….APS Fixed Energy Charge Plan.

Tier Average Monthly Energy Use (kWh) Rate (¢/kWh)
Tier 1 600 kWh or less 11.298
Tier 2 601-999 12.282
Tier 3 1,000 13.478

What are the best times to do laundry in Arizona?

When is the best time to wash clothes?

  • Try washing before 4 p.m. or after 7 p.m. – Many energy companies charge extra for electricity during their “peak hours,” which see increased energy usage.
  • During the summer, run your washer early in the morning – energy use peaks on hot afternoons.

What APS plan should I choose if I have solar?

If you’re going solar, your best bet is to choose the Time of Use plan (the one without monthly usage/demand charges). This is because excess solar credits cannot offset demand charges, so going with the Demand Charge plan automatically reduces how much money solar can save you.

At what time is electricity cheaper?

A general rule of thumb and energy efficiency tip for smart meters, is to make the most of your electricity during the night time (this is between midnight and 9am in the summer while in winter, this is between 11pm and 8am) when prices are cheaper.

Is Solar worth it in Arizona with APS?

Key takeaways. It’s a good idea to install solar panels as an APS customer because the utility’s current solar buyback rate of $0.09 per kWh still provides substantial savings, despite being lower than the retail rate of electricity.