Business price plan comparison

Here is a comparison between the General Service (E-36) and Time-of-Use (E-32) price plans.

Price plan General Service Time-of-Use
(E-32)
General Service
(E-36)
Plan/contract terms
  • No minimum contract length
  • Subject to equipment availability
  • Summer period is May-June and Sept.-Oct.; summer peak period is July and Aug.; and winter period is Nov.-April
  • Special meter may be required
  • No minimum contract length
  • Summer period is May-June and Sept.-Oct.; summer peak period is July and Aug.; and winter period is Nov.-April
  • Special meter may be required
Power source Gas, coal, hydroelectric, nuclear, solar Gas, coal, hydroelectric, nuclear, solar
Special offers
Fees to switch energy providers None to customer None to customer

This chart can be useful in comparing competitive generation suppliers to SRP. You may want to check your last SRP bill for your price plan and monthly kilowatt-hour (kWh) use as a baseline for comparison. The plans listed are offered as examples. Competitive generation suppliers will be required by the Arizona Corporation Commission to disclose certain facts pertaining to the electric product or service you are buying.

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