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Xcel Energy time-of-use rate pilot shows only slight impact on peak demand

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The utility launched a time-of-use pilot in November 2020 in two contrasting Twin Cities neighborhoods. A report on its first year suggests it’s had a modest impact on peak demand but isn’t saving participants much money.

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