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frankthetank wrote:Juneau, AK residents have been paying 52 cents/kWh since April 16th.
Jotapay wrote:I assume you mean all energy consumed. Medium-sized stand-alone house in the southern United States, built in 1954, shaded by oak trees year round. Toyota compact car and Yamaha scooter.
Electricity: $75/month, $900/year
Natural gas: $45/month, $540/year
Propane (grill): $7/month, $84/year
Gasoline: $160/month, $1920/year (will be decreasing as I use my scooter more often)
Just for the house, that's amounts to about $1524/year, give or take a little. Add $1920 for gasoline.
Denny wrote: Power goes up in summer a lot with air conditoning, last Sept. bill worked out to $136 per month,
Revi wrote:Our rates are around 14 cents per KWH. On a small island where we live in the summer they are around 28 cents per KWH making them the most expensive I know of anywhere. It makes solar attractive, though.
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