Pricing plans

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Take control of your electric bill by choosing the pricing plan that is right for you.

Tucson Electric Power offers four unique plans that give residential and small commercial customers the ability to reduce their bills by changing their energy usage habits. With these pricing plans, you can choose to save energy and lower your bill.

Two of the plans include time-of-use rates that offer discounts for usage during off-peak hours. And two of the plans pair reduced energy charges with a “demand” charge that rewards customers who can limit their concurrent use of large appliances during on-peak hours.

No action is required of customers who want to stay on their current pricing plan.

Residential pricing plans:

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Residential Lifestyle Calculator

Which pricing plan should you consider? Answer a few questions to find out which plan might be right for you.
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Time-of-Use (TOU)

Shift a majority of your usage to off-peak hours and reduce your monthly bill.
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Peak Demand

Pay lower energy rates plus a charge for your highest hourly on-peak usage.
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Demand TOU

Combines demand and time-of-use components to maximize your savings opportunities.
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Basic

Pay bills based on your total monthly electric use, regardless of when it occurs.

Residential pricing plan comparison

TOU  Peak Demand Demand TOU Basic
 Basic Service Charge $10 $10 $10 $13
Energy Charge Lower Even Lower Lowest Low
Demand Charge? No Yes Yes No
Observe time-of-use hours? Yes Yes Yes No
How to save money * Use less energy
* Shift to off-peak hours
* Use less energy
* Level out your load
* Use less energy
* Shift to off-peak hours
* Level out your load
* Use less energy

Small General Service pricing plans:

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SGS Time-of-Use

Shifting the majority of your business' electricity usage to off-peak hours can reduce your bill.
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SGS Peak Demand

Avoid using a lot of energy at any one time during peak usage periods.
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SGS Demand TOU

Use less power during time periods when businesses typically use energy the most.
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SGS Basic

Pay bills based on your small business' total monthly electric use.

Rates

Notice to Applicants

Upon request of the Customer, either at the time of application or after, the Company will use its best efforts to assist the Customer in choosing an appropriate Rate. However, upon application for service or upon request for assistance, the Applicant or the Customer will elect the applicable Rate best suited to his requirements. The Company may assist in making this election, but will not be held responsible for notifying the Customer of the most favorable Rate and will not be required to refund the difference in charges under different Rates. The Customer is solely responsible for selecting the Rate the Customer believes is appropriate. If no Rate is selected; the Customer will be placed on the most common Rate for the class of service and the Company will not be liable to refund the difference in charges had the Customer been placed on different Rates.

F - Frozen, not available to new customers, including current customers who move.

Rate Code Description
TRRES Basic (Residential Service)
TRREST Time-of-Use (Residential Service Time-of-Use)
TRRESD Peak Demand (Residential Service Demand)
TRRESDT Demand Time-of-Use (Residential Service Demand Time-of-Use)
TRRSP Special Residential Service
TRRSPT Special Residential Service Time-of-Use
TRRESCOF Residential Solar - Company Owned Program Frozen
TGSGS SGS Basic (Small General Service)
TGSGST SGS Time-of-Use (Small General Service Time-of-Use)
TGSGSD SGS Peak Demand (Small General Service Demand)
TGSGSDT SGS Demand Time-of-Use (Small General Service Demand Time-of-Use)
TGMGS Medium General Service
TGMGST Medium General Service Time-of-Use
TGMGSC Medium General Service Transition
TGMGSCT Medium General Service Time-of-Use Transition
TGLGS Large General Service
TGLGST Large General Service Time-of-Use
TGGSMHP-F Mobile Home Park Service (Frozen)
TILPST Large Power Service Time-of-Use
TILPSTHV Large Power Service Time-of-Use High Voltage
TGLTG Lighting Service
TPTSL Traffic Signal and Street Lighting Service
TGGSWP Water Pumping Service
R-1 Purchased Power Fuel Adjustor Clause (PPFAC)
R-2 Demand Side Management (DSMS)
R-3 Market Cost of Comparable Conventional Generation (MCCCG) Calculation as Applicable to Rider-4 NM-PRS
R-4 Net Metering for Certain Partial Requirements Service (NM-PRS)
R-5 Electric Service Solar Rider (Bright Arizona Community Solar™)
R-6 Renewable Energy Standard and Tariff (REST) Surcharge REST-TS1 Renewable Energy Program Expense Recovery
R-7 Customer Self-Directed Renewable Energy Option REST-TS2 Renewable Energy Standard Tariff
R-8 Lost Fixed Cost Recovery (LFCR)
R-9 Environmental Compliance Adjustor (ECA)
R-10 RPS Credit Rider
R-11 Partial Requirements Service
R-12 Interruptible Power Service
R-13 Economic Development Rate
Statement of Charges TEP Statement of Charges
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Tax Information

Taxes and Assessments

Rules and Regulations

No. Title
900 Table of Contents
901 Applicability of Rules and Regulations and Description of Service
902 Definitions
903 Establishment of Service
904 Minimum Customer Information Requirements
905 Master Metering
906 Service Lines and Establishments
907 Line Extensions
908 Provision of Service
909 Character of Service
910 Meter Reading
911 Billing and Collection
912 Termination of Service
913 Reconnection of Service
914 Administrative and Hearing Requirements
915 Temporary Service or Cyclical Usage
916 Standby Service
917 Power Factor

Usage Data

Use this form to grant TEP permission to release your usage data to a third party: Usage Data Release Form

Usage Data Release Form

TEP works with third party vendors to provide our customers with unique opportunities. Often your usage information is a key part of the service they provide. We take your privacy and data security very seriously and will only release this information after you have completed this form and returned it to us.

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New Rates

New rates for 2017 represent an investment in Tucson's sustainable energy future.
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Stable, Affordable Rates

Tucson Electric Power’s rates have been remarkably stable, rising at less than the rate of inflation over the last two decades.