PWC Residential Time-of-Use Rate Calculator

The average PWC residential customer uses 1,017 kWhs of electricity each month, 21% during peak hours and 79% during off peak hours. Customers can save money by adjusting their daily weekday routine and shifting more of their electrical use to the off peak hours.


Peak Periods (excludes Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays)


April – October

6:00 AM – 10:00 AM



November – March

6:00 AM – 10:00 AM



The calculated cost estimates are based solely on energy usage (kWh) and do not include other billable charges.



What are some things that you can do to shift load and take advantage of lower rates in the off peak hours?

1. Change the thermostat settings on your HVAC unit so that it doesn’t run as much during the on-peak hours. See PWC’s Customer Incentive Programs for more information about Wi-Fi and programmable thermostat incentives.

2. Wait to run the dishwasher, washing machine, clothes dryer, oven, TV and other appliances when the cost of electricity is lower.

3. Turn off unnecessary lights.



To inquire further about our time of use program please contact: