SRP EZ-3 Price Plan

With the SRP EZ-3 Price Plan™, you can save money and stay cool and comfortable year-round when you plan ahead to use less energy from 3-6 p.m. on weekdays. These are on-peak hours when SRP's energy costs are higher.

You'll pay lower off-peak prices all other hours, including weekends and six observed holidays*

Savings can be significant during the summer when you precool your home.

A graphic of a clock illustrating the first EZ-3 price plan option. With this option plan, higher cost hours are from 3-6 p.m. weekdays. All other hours, weekends and six holidays are considered lower-price off peak.

* New Year's Day (observed), Memorial Day, Independence Day (observed), Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day (observed)

Customers that save on EZ-3 see an average annual savings of 5.5% on their electric bills. Find out how customers are saving money on EZ-3.

EZ-3 could be the right price plan for you if:

  • You can plan ahead to limit your energy use during three higher-cost weekday hours.
  • You can be flexible about when you use major home appliances, such as the air conditioner and clothes dryer.
  • Your home size is average to large.
  • You have a pool.

You can also sign up by calling (602) 236-8888 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

90-day risk-free guarantee

If your first three bills on EZ-3 aren't lower than what you would have paid on the Basic Price Plan, we'll credit you the difference and switch you back to the Basic plan.

Year-round savings

EZ-3 features year-round lower prices, but greater savings are possible during the May to October billing months when you're using more energy to cool your home. With a little bit of planning and year-round savings tips, saving money on EZ-3 is easier than you may think — whether you're home or away from home during the three hours.

EZ-3 plan prices

Energy is priced per kilowatt-hour (kWh) and your monthly energy charge is based on the total amount of energy used during your billing cycle. The amount used in your home is constantly monitored and recorded by the meter. For example, if you use a 1 kW appliance for three hours, you use 3 kWh of electricity.

Winter
November through April
(Prices per kWh)
Summer
May, June, September, October
(Prices per kWh)
Summer Peak
July, August
(Prices per kWh)

Why are energy prices higher in the summer?

The kWh or unit cost of energy is different in winter and summer regardless of your price plan. The price you pay rises and falls with the demand for electricity. During the coolest months, customer usage, generation costs and the price you pay are lowest. During the hottest months, customer usage skyrockets and generation costs to meet peak demand are highest.

Looking for more ways to save on EZ-3? Review tips from SRP customers .

For more information about the EZ-3 Price Plan, view the complete EZ-3 3–6 p.m. Price Plan sheet Document is a PDF.

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"We always recommend that SRP customers enroll in EZ-3 to save on their energy bills. I tell people how much we save and how low our bills are for the size of our house."

— James & family, SRP customers
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