Rate Review

First rate review request in five years enables continued investment in reliability, clean energy and innovation

APS has filed a request with the Arizona Corporation Commission for our first rate review in five years. The proposal seeks to replace a decades-old rate structure with modernized pricing and will enable us to continue investing in what customers have told us they want including:

  • a cleaner energy mix,
  • a reliable power grid that encourages innovation,
  • more customer control of their energy costs, and
  • safeguards for select customer groups.


Quick Links:
Summary of Filing – Residential Customers
Summary of Filing – Business Customers
News Release

Videos

  • 2016 Rate Review: How are rates set for my electricity bill?
    2016 Rate Review: How are rates set for my electricity bill?
  • 2016 Rate Review: How will the 2016 Rate Review affect me?
    2016 Rate Review: How will the 2016 Rate Review affect me?
  • 2016 Rate Review: What is a demand rate?
    2016 Rate Review: What is a demand rate?
  • 2016 Rate Review: How can I save by managing my peak usage?
    2016 Rate Review: How can I save by managing my peak usage?

Blog

Demand rates send price signals that encourage customers to reduce peak usage

APS director explains benefits of demand charge to manage peak demand and its costs.

September 27, 2016
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Study finds net metering cost shift is $36 million in Nevada

Update to 2014 study says universal solar is more cost-effective way to increase renewable energy capacity.

August 24, 2016
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Solar Innovation Study featured by global clean energy media outlet

Greentech Media highlights pilot program that is "modeling the utility customer of the future" with comprehensive approach to grid modernization.

July 14, 2016
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