If you live in the City of Fort Collins, you are now paying more for electricity during certain of times of the day.

Summer peak hour pricing kicks in on May 1, meaning customers will be charged more for using power between 2-7 p.m. on weekdays.

Fort Collins moved to the time-of-day pricing system in 2018. Customers can save money by shifting electric use to lower-priced, off-peak hours.

The City recently announced it would move forward with the summer peak price increase during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The peak summer pricing continues through the end of September.

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