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Old 30-12-2016, 03:11 PM   #70
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Originally Posted by reverendjim View Post
we call that being on a budget. i do that too. our electric is priced by the time of day. anywhere from 7 cents per kwh to 20 cents per kwh. of course when you need it most the price is higher. if it weren't for that the average would be 14 cents per kwh but in reality its more like 17 cents per kwh. its been a while since i crunched my numbers. pretty hard to compare especially with exchange rates.
Just looked it up online and it says that we pay 13.86 pence per KwH that is 17 US cents according to Google converter.
Frankly that KwH thang means nothing at all to me.
As long as the electric works I am happy.

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