Standard Peak Saver Plan
(Residential Time of Use Two Period)

This plan is all about avoiding the summer (June-September) peak hours of 4-8pm during the weekdays. Get rewarded with discounts when you shift weekday energy use to off-peak times, like before 4pm or after 8pm in summer months.
Don't have an online account? Register now. And view your usage below to see how you can adjust and save more!

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How does it work?

The cost of generating energy varies by time of the day, day of the week and by season. Providing that power costs less during off-peak times, so when you sign up for the Standard Peak Saver Plan, we pass the savings on to you. You'll pay a lower per-kilowatt hour charge during Saver and Super Saver times when you avoid using more energy between 4-8 pm from June to September. Plus you always save on weekends and holidays.

Shifting energy usage to off-peak times when there are more renewable sources available not only saves you money, it also helps advance our region's commitment to sustainability.

Not sure if this plan is right for you? Check out our other plan options. And remember, you can try the plan and switch back if it's not for you.

Is the Standard Peak Saver Plan right for me?

That depends. Everyone's needs are different—and so are the times in our lives that we need to use energy. If you can run large appliances like the dishwasher, washing machine and dryer outside of weekday peak energy hours in the summer, this plan may be right for you. If it's not, you have the option to switch back at any time.

On the other hand, if you use a lot of power on weekdays (Monday-Friday) during summer peak hours, your energy costs could slightly increase.

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How can I be successful on this new plan? 

Evergy is committed to your success, with tools and advice to help you save energy and money.

Weekly Rate Coach Reports
When you switch to the Standard Peak Saver Plan, we'll send you weekly coaching reports by email, displaying how you’re doing on the plan with tips for you to save even more.

Understanding Your Energy Usage
You might be surprised at how much energy it takes to run some of your household appliances. Check this chart to see which ones you'll want to operate outside of peak hours.

How else can I save money on energy?

Take advantage of our discounts, set your thermostat a few degrees higher in the summer during the peak period and lower in the winter and take our quick-and-easy Energy Analyzer survey to get a customized energy-savings report for your home.