This tool will provide an estimate of your monthly electric bill under TOD pricing. Refer to a previous utility bill (see bill example) for your monthly kilowatt-hour (kWh) use or find it in Monitor My Use.
Non-summer (October – April) on-peak hours are from 5-9 p.m. (weekdays). Weekends and major holidays are off-peak. Off-peak prices are approximately 70% less than on-peak prices. Save money by shifting your electric use to the lower-priced, off-peak hours or by reducing your overall use.
Choose the best option or enter a custom value to get a more accurate estimate:
Non-Summer (October 1-April 30, 5-9 p.m.)
Summer (May 1-September 30, 2-7 p.m.)
Over 90% of homes have gas heat.
How are you billed for your electric heating?
Most households use 17% of their electricity during the on-peak times. However, this percentage can vary by season, ranging between 10-30+%.
Percentage of energy returned during on-peak hours.
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