The new Time-Based Plans for Missouri Evergy customers will not be as impactful for Geothermal Heating & Cooling Customers.
Geothermal Heating & Cooling Savings according to the EPA are:
Numbers from US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) show that homeowners using geothermal systems may realize savings of 30-70% on heating costs and 20-50% on cooling costs, compared to other conventional systems.
What do you need to know about the new Time-Based Plans:
With time-based rates, you’ll actually pay less than you do now for any energy used during the 20 off-peak hours. Time-based rate plans charge a lower price for energy most of the day, during off-peak hours, but a higher price for energy a few hours a day, during the peak times of 4-8 pm. It is important to shift your large appliance usage, like dishwashers, dryers, and HVAC, to off-peak times, like overnight and early morning, to avoid paying a higher price for energy during the peak times. With time-based plans, it’s important to avoid using large amounts of energy during the peak hours.
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Some other articles covering the new energy rate plans:
Evergy to roll out time-of-use rates for Missouri customersA new rate plan by Evergy will soon change how Missouri residents are charged for electricity.
Starting in October, Evergy will be rolling out a series of new time-based rate plans that adjusts the price you pay for electricity based on the time of day its used.
Evergy switching to time-based charging model they say will save most customers money
Evergy now plans to charge more money for power during the peak times of 4 to 8 p.m. From June to September and a lower charge for the rest of the day
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