Salt River Project says its EZ-3 plan offers summer energy savings

Salt River Project (SRP) said that under its EZ-3 Price Plan, customers can use precooling to help keep homes cool and comfortable while keeping energy bills under control in the summer.


Salt River Project (SRP) said that under its EZ-3 Price Plan, customers can use precooling to help keep homes cool and comfortable while keeping energy bills under control in the summer.

“The EZ-3 Price Plan is a great option for any customer who can plan ahead and limit energy use from 3 to 6 p.m. on weekdays when energy is priced higher," Cindy Marzofka, SRP’s director of marketing and brand management, said. "The rest of the time, including weekends and six holidays, are off-peak and priced significantly lower.”

Aprilee Pena and her family saved approximately $300 last year using the plan, putting the savings toward their summer vacation.

“We love the EZ-3 Price Plan," Pena said. "It is family friendly and easy to save. I plan ahead to keep the house comfortable by precooling. It is very easy to do with a programmable thermostat. I lower the temperature before the three hours, and then raise it from 3 to 6 p.m. Between 3 and 6, my air conditioner barely runs. If we really want to cool off, we jump in the pool or go out for a bit, and return in time for the AC to kick on again at 6 p.m.”

For the Pena family, a programmable thermostat allows them to precool their home, resulting in a savings of up to 50 percent on summer energy bills, SRP said.

SRP customers can try the EZ-3 plan for 90 days risk-free. If the first three bills exceed the cost of the basic plan, they can call SRP within 30 days of the third billing cycle and return to the basic plan.

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