Time of Use

Night owl? You could save with Time of Use.

Residential enrollment is closed to new participants as of January 1, 2024. This portfolio option will expire for all residential participants after December 31, 2024, at which time any remaining participants will be placed on the basic service rate.

Enrollment in Time of Use is still open for small business customers. If you’re small business that uses most of your electricity at night or on weekends, or you charge an electric vehicle overnight, this plan may lower your electricity costs. You pay different rates for electricity you use depending on the time of day, day of week and season.

The rate is lower on nights and weekends and higher at high-demand times such as weekday mornings and evenings. See residential TOU pricing and small business TOU pricing.

If you don’t use electricity primarily on nights and weekends, you may pay more on Time of Use than on the Basic Service rate.

Review the conditional guarantee and eligibility and limits.

Compare all your power choices:

See our Power Choices Brochure for residential PGE or business PGE customers to see a side-by-side comparison of the prices, fuel sources and environmental impacts of all your options.