Power Rush Hour occurs during the four-month period (June – September) that determines our transmission costs each year. Also known as 4CP, it’s the measure of PEC’s total energy demand when our statewide transmission system experiences the most overall demand — the four “peaks” — each summer. Peaks tend to occur on the hottest days of the month (one each in June, July, August and September), usually between the hours of 2 and 6 p.m. Learn more about peak events »
By working together to use less energy during Power Rush Hour, you and your fellow members can help reduce your transmission costs the following year.
This week’s forecast
According to the Lower Colorado River Authority forecast, there is low potential for peak energy use this week.
Shift today, save tomorrow
The power to have a lower bill is in your hands. Thanks to our members’ efforts to reduce and shift their energy use last summer for just a few hours a day, we avoided $1.4 million in additional transmission costs this year. Let’s work together this summer for even more savings in 2019!
What You Can Do
Tips to help you and your bill stay cool this summer.
What PEC is Doing
How our initiatives and programs are helping lighten the load.
What are Transmission Costs
Learn what they are, who determines them and where to find them on your bill.
What they are, and how to know they’re coming.