Test Edit for DEV 6.4.3

With summer underway and higher temperatures, you can do your part to keep your utility costs low through conservation and one of the many programs we have in place.  Like utilities nationwide, CPS Energy sees energy use and customer bills increase every summer. Why? The primary reason is that with hotter temperatures, homes rely more on air conditioners to keep cool during the warmest time of the day, better known as peak hours. In response to higher demand, CPS Energy must produce more energy by running plants that are more expensive. To do that, CPS Energy uses a pricing tool called the peak capacity charge. This pricing encourages customers to conserve their energy use during the summer months when prices are high. Check out the Open House Invitation here.

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