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SRP EV Plan

Discussion in 'Mountain/Southwest' started by Chancellor32, May 20, 2018.

  1. Chancellor32

    Chancellor32 Member

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    does anyone use SRP’s EV plan? Thinking of switching from basic to it. Only concern is the 1-8pm on peak charge of .22 per kw.
     
  2. cwerdna

    cwerdna Active Member

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    SRP means nothing to me and probably most of the users here.

    Did you mean 22 cents per kWh?

    Seems like your posts of this nature belong in a regional forum.
     
  3. azred

    azred Active Member

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    I couldn't deal with the seven hours of peak Summer rates. For me the 3-6pm peak rate plan is much more bearable given the extreme desert heat. But if you tend to have a vacant home most of Monday-Friday daytime, the EV plan might be OK.
     
  4. Emcsquared

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    OP: yup, probably should go in regional, since this applies to a limited group of Phoenix, AZ residents..

    But yes, I do have the SRP EV plan and it works great. Scheduled charging for 11pm and saves a bunch for our family.
     
  5. kdday

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    I'm in the same boat and do the same. Works well.
     
  6. Chancellor32

    Chancellor32 Member

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    Sorry guys, new to the forum. Where do i find a regional section? Thanks for the input, do you guys have any issues limiting energy from 1-8pm? Are the savings pretty significant?
     
  7. Jpballer88

    Jpballer88 Member

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    Yep, I'm here in Mesa. I charge at 11pm to whenever it finishes. Usually nobody is home during 12-5pm anyways so not much electricity is being used. When we get home, fans and just a tad of AC is suffice. Then at 8pm the cooling starts. A programmable thermostat is also pretty helpful!
     

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