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Old 2011-01-22, 12:11   #1
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Default How much do you pay for your electric energy?

How much do you pay for your electric energy at home?
Please post currency/kWh, you can see this value on your electricity bill.

Here 0.1285 €/kWh

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Old 2011-01-22, 14:13   #2
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How much do you pay for your electric energy at home?
Please post currency/kWh, you can see this value on your electricity bill.

Here 0.1285 €/kWh

Carlos
My bill is paid automatically.

Energy is cheap in NYC.
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Old 2011-01-22, 20:02   #3
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USD $0.17/kWh
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Old 2011-01-22, 20:08   #4
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USD $0.089/kWh, but 5% of that amount is my proration of a fixed "availability" charge.

We get a lower rate in the winter than in the summer. In the summer, to meet peak demand, they have to use more expensive generators.

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Last bill including all taxes and fees: $0.2511 kWh
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Old 2011-01-22, 22:00   #6
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In MI, with taxes and fees $0.14/kWh.
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Old 2011-01-22, 22:41   #7
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My bill is paid automatically.

Energy is cheap in NYC.
However it is not free, we do get a bill.

Not too bad.
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Old 2011-01-22, 23:45   #8
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I'm sorry but I would like to have the energy price without taxes and fees so I can compare them. Thank you.
Here taxes for electric energy is 6%.

Edit: To davar55, I would appreciate if you leave this thread away from your bullshit and nonsense. We already know that you are mentally retarded and intellectual limited.

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Old 2011-01-23, 00:21   #9
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My most recent bill was £207.44 for 1932.85 kilowatt-hours (Cambridge, UK); I used 880 watts average over the three-month period covered.

Current wall-plug wattometer reading for my small compute farm is 545 watts, which is a bit less that I had expected (ah, the fileserver had crashed and everything was idling waiting to write to an NFS partition that wasn't there ... rebooting that and waiting five minutes, the wattometer now reads 950W). That's three quad-cores, one dual-quad-core and a GTX275 GPU, all running flat-out.
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Old 2011-01-23, 00:27   #10
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My most recent bill was £207.44 for 1932.85 kilowatt-hours (Cambridge, UK); I used 880 watts average over the three-month period covered.
That gives you 0.107 £/kWh with taxes, converting to € is 0.1263 €/kWh.

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Old 2011-01-23, 00:33   #11
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That gives you 0.107 £/kWh with taxes, converting to € is 0.1263 €/kWh.
Tax rate for domestic electricity here is 5%, if that's of interest

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