PSO's Power Hours program has officially started as we roll into June. If you don't know what that is you may be missing out on a proven way to cut down that electric bill. I'll explain.
It works like this... As an incentive to curb your electricity usage during the peak time of the day - AKA - the heat of the day, PSO offers unlimited cheap electricity at just 3.7282¢ per kilowatt-hour.
That price is just over half of the normal non-Power Hours rate of 6.3496¢ rate which boosts to 8.1655¢ above a certain usage level. While it doesn't offer an incentive to every electric user, most people see actual savings during the program.
So what's the catch? The price for electricity during those peak hours is ridiculously high... It'll cost you 18.158¢ per kilowatt-hour between the hours of 2 PM and 7 PM. Obviously, you want to curb your electricity usage as much as possible during this time, but with our heat in Southwest Oklahoma, that's not always an easy thing to do.
Luckily, there are some really cheap people out there that make it their mission in life to lower their energy consumption... I'm one of them. Take a few tips from me.
How To Save More $$$ During PSO's Power Hours
When you sign up for PSO's Power Hours program, you're basically making a bet with PSO that you can consume less power during the peak load times, opting instead for the much cheaper off-peak times. While it sounds easy enough to do, it's quite the challenge, especially on the hottest days of the year. If you're up for it, here's how to really cut that energy usage during peak hours.
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