If your home has a smart meter, you're eligible to enroll in ComEd's Peak Time Savings program and earn a credit on your energy bill when you participate voluntarily on days with Peak Time Savings Hours. There is no cost to enroll and you can remain in the program for as long as you like.
Enroll online in Peak Time Savings and be eligible to earn a summer bill credit for reducing electricity usage during Peak Time Savings Hours!
ComEd will credit your energy bill when you use less energy than you normally would during Peak Time Savings Hours. Peak Time Savings Hours will typically occur for a few hours between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. during the summer -- when most air conditioners are on, stores are open and factories are running. ComEd will announce three to five days with Peak Time Savings Hours during the summer season.
When you enroll, you can choose to be notified by phone call, text message or email. You will be notified on the day Peak Time Savings Hours occur - as early as 9 a.m. or at least 30 minutes prior to the start of each Peak Time Savings Hours.
When you participate, ComEd will credit your monthly bill for reducing your energy use during Peak Time Savings Hours. A credit will appear as actual dollars off the total amount due on your next energy bill or the following bill. There is no penalty for not participating. You just won't earn a credit on your energy bill for that day. And, you can still participate in future Peak Time Savings Hours.
The amount your energy bill will be credited will be based on your current energy usage. See the chart below for examples of the bill credit amounts you could potentially earn by participating in a Peak Time Savings Hours day. Use the
Peak Time Savings Calculator to estimate your potential cumulative earnings for the summer.*
*Based on a ComEd customer's average-sized home and typical energy use.
If you are currently enrolled in Peak Time Savings and would like to modify your notification preferences, please
create an online ComEd account (or
sign in to your existing one) and update your communication preferences located under the
My Alerts & Notifications menu.
Both ComEd programs offer summer bill credits and are built upon the customer’s ability to reduce energy usage when energy demand is high. Most customers earn larger bill credits on
Central AC Cycling than they would on Peak Time Savings, but these programs differ in several important ways.
Customers may not participate simultaneously in Peak Time Savings and Central AC Cycling. Additionally, customers on net metering may not participate in Peak Time Savings.
Peak Time Savings FAQs page for quick and easy answers to the most common PTS program questions or speak with a PTS representative at