Did you know you can save money on electricity depending on what time of day you do laundry, run your dishwasher and more? This is true if your electric company uses peak pricing!
Simply change your time-of-use (TOU) and save. I encourage you to call your electric supplier, or search their website, I encourage you to find out now!
What is variable peak pricing (VPP)? VPP pricing encourages people to shift the time they use energy, by rewarding those who use power at non-peak times with a lower cost. Simply put, use power during off peak times to save on your rate (my supplier is calculated by daily pricing).
In my home, Eversource is our supplier, and their on-peak times are 12 (noon) – 8pm, Monday through Friday. Any other time is considered off-peak, which includes weekends.
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