The law of supply and demand is perhaps society’s most basic principle. In some areas of the country, utility companies may price energy on this principle. Using what is known as Time of Use (TOU) pricing, when the demand for energy is highest, generally 12 p.m. to 6 p.m., the cost per kilowatt-hour is higher than the late night and early morning hours. Check with your local utility to find out what’s happening in your area. Then, with knowledge comes power, so use it to save ...
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