July 7, 2020
Right now, many people are worried about being able to pay their bills. That’s why, with the help of Arizona Family News, we’re bringing you some suggestions on how you can receive help paying your electric bills!
Specifically, agencies such as Salt River Project Power and Water (SRP) and Arizona Public Service Electric (APS) are not only working to support customers who need assistance, but also are not shutting off power due to unpaid bills until further notice.
State funding has also been ramped up for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, which helps customers struggling to pay electric bills.
Governor Ducey has also met with electric companies to discuss how best to help customers during this time. For example, the customer service for your electrical company should work with you on switching plans and being flexible to best meet your budgetary concerns.
Also, along these lines, utility companies are working with each other in this emergency time to cover each other (in case one has power go down), in order to ensure reliable service across the grid.
Governor Ducey also prompted utility companies to donate over 3 million dollars to support the community and small businesses!
Of course, another way that you can make your electric bills easier to pay is by making the bills smaller! In addition to tips like unplugging your devices once they’re fully charged, another great way to save money on summer bills is to turn off not only the lights, but also the ceiling fans, when you’re not in the room. As well as turning off the air conditioning when you know you won’t be home for a while!
However, we completely understand that while tips like these are helpful, it’s usually not quite substantial enough during a time when you’re pinched for savings! That’s why, this summer, we’re offering many discounts, coupons and rebates, that you can see on our online savings page.
If you have questions for us on ways you can save on service, contact us online or call us at (602) 344-9027. This isn’t the easiest time for Phoenix residents, but we can get through it together!