Regulated natural gas rates in Arizona
Commodity prices in $/therm
|Regulated Gas Suppliers||Monthly Fee $||Residential Variable Rate|
|Southwest Gas Corporation||$10.70||118|
|Copper Market, Inc.||-||-|
|Graham County Utilities, Inc||-||-|
|Duncan Valley Electric||-||-|
|Cooperative’s Gas Division||-||-|
|SemStream Arizona Propane, L.L.C.||-||-|
|UNS Gas, Inc.||$10.00||0.327|
Deregulated natural gas rates in Arizona
Currently, we do not have any deregulated natural gas information for Arizona. This may be because the market hasn’t deregulated as yet. If it has, it is likely Arizona is outside of our current service areas.
Regulated electricity providers and rates in Arizona
Commodity prices in ¢/kWh
|Regulated Electricity Suppliers||Service Charge||Energy Charge|
|Ajo Improvement Company||-||-|
|Arizona Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.||-||-|
|Arizona Public Service Company||NA||9.34 ¢/kWh|
|Standard Monthly Rate = $12.35
Monthly Time-Of-Use Rate = $15.60
6AM-9PM = 9.75 ¢/kWh
9PM – 6AM = 6.0 ¢/kWh
|Dixie-Escalante Rural Electric Association, Inc.||$8.00||First 1,500 kWh = 5.35 ¢/kWh
Over 1,500 kWh = 4.25 ¢/kWh
|Duncan Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc.||-||-|
|Garkane Energy Cooperative, Inc.||$12.50||6.907 ¢/kWh|
|Graham County Electric Cooperative, Inc.||-||-|
|Mohave Electric Cooperative, Inc.||-||-|
|Morenci Water and Electric Company||-||-|
|Navopache Electric Cooperative, Inc.||$25.25||Time-of-Use
On-peak = 8.725 ¢/kWh
Off-peak = 3.845 ¢/kWh
|Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc.||-||-|
|Trico Electric Cooperative, Inc.||Regular = $15.00
Time-of-Use = $19.00
|Tucson Electric Power Company||$7.00 – $13.00||First 500 kWh = 7.3 ¢/kWh
Over 3,000 kWh = 9.3 ¢/kWh
Over 3,501 kWh = 11.3 ¢/kWh
|UNS Electric, Inc.||-||-|
Deregulated electricity providers and rates in Arizona
Currently, we do not have any deregulated electricity information for Arizona. This may be because the market hasn’t deregulated as yet. If it has, it is likely Arizona is outside of our current service areas.
Variable Rate Plan (Month to Month)
A variable rate plan allows you to pay for your natural gas and electricity each month at the current cents-per-therm rate, which may change at any time depending on market conditions.
Fixed Rate Plan (3 Months & Upto 60 Months Contract)
A fixed rate plan allows you to contract with an alternative natural gas & electricity supplier of your choice and to be billed at the same cents-per-therm for natural gas or cents-per-kilowatt-hour for electricity and the same customer service charge for a specified period of time.
Tips: what you need to know before signing a long-term fixed-rate natural gas & electricty contracts.
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