Is Georgia Power's new
Smart Usage Rate right for you?
Let’s find out!
For the most accurate estimate of the savings you can get by switching from Standard Service to Smart Usage Rate, pick the home that best matches your own.
How much power you use at one time can affect your power bill with the residential Smart Usage rate. There is a cost for your highest 30 minutes of power usage for the month; this is defined as your maximum demand. Avoiding the use of large electric appliances at the same time can lower your monthly demand and cost you less. Simple changes can make all the difference.
Do you have an electric stove?
Can you avoid using your electric stove at the same time as your electric dryer?
Can you avoid using your dishwasher at the same time as your electric dryer?
Another way to save is to adjust your thermostat and save money during peak summer hours.
What is your thermostat currently set to between peak times of 2pm - 7pm, Monday - Friday, during the months of June - September?
What are you willing to set your thermostat to between peak times of 2pm - 7pm, Monday - Friday, during the months of June - September?
Flexibility with when you use power, and how much you use at a given time, can add up to some pretty significant savings.
This is an estimation of annual savings; bills in spring and fall could be higher, but are often offset by lower summer bills.
To sign up for the rate call 1-800-524-2421 or email email@example.com to learn more