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Must say I was surprised when I opened the electricity bill today. Price has gone down substantially.

From 23 cent per kWh to 18,7.
In Sterling that is 13,4. How much cheaper is it in UK

This is total price

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Must say I was surprised when I opened the electricity bill today. Price has gone down substantially.

From 23 cent per kWh to 18,7.
In Sterling that is 13,4. How much cheaper is it in UK

This is total price

Anders
Depends on the co: Gas & electricity tariffs per kWh | energy prices per unit - UK Power

This may make more sense. I'm no good with figures, not those sort of figures anyway ;)

http://www.confusedaboutenergy.co.uk/index.php/domestic-fuels/fuel-prices#.VVL6Pix0wfQ
 

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Not bad. UK price 15,6 pence per kWh.

So many say that the price in Cyprus is much higher then UK, but that is not true for the moment
I'll have to dig out my last bill to see 'watt' I actually do pay per kwh.

I concentrate more on what the total amount I pay for electric per annum is.
 

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I'll have to dig out my last bill to see 'watt' I actually do pay per kwh.

I concentrate more on what the total amount I pay for electric per annum is.
But you cant say that electricity is expensive because you use a lot.
 

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But you cant say that electricity is expensive because you use a lot.
Right ... stand by your beds.!

I don't actually use a lot of electricity in the course of a year. I pay npower£36 per month by direct debit.

The cost works out at 16.86 p per KWh but, that is what they call the TCR = Tariff Comparison Rate :rolleyes: ... My actual energy cost will depend on my usage :blabla:

So, if um gonna con-sider switching energy providers, I would be more interested in the total cost of leccie (to me) per annum, than the cost per KWh.
 

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Where on the actual EAC electric bills does it show the price per kwh?

This is from my latest bill:

TARIFF 05 (With basic fuel price €300/M.T.)
Fixed Charge 7,39
120 kWh @ €0,1371 €16,45
200 kWh @ €0,1453 €29,06
180 kWh @ €0,1498 €26,96
500 kWh @ €0,1541 €77,05
22 kWh @ €0,1558 €3,43
Reduction €160,34 @ -8% -€12,83
Fuel Adjustment 1.022 kWh @ €0,011579 €11,83
P.S.O. Charge 1.022 kWh @ €0,00136 1,39
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Rate Total before V.A.T. €160,73 19
Total V.A.T. €30,54
Charge for RES & ES 1.022 kWh @ €0,005 5,11
Is the part where it says "500 kWh @ €0,1541" for example what I am paying per kWh, but without VAT included?
 

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Where on the actual EAC electric bills does it show the price per kwh?

This is from my latest bill:



Is the part where it says "500 kWh @ €0,1541" for example what I am paying per kWh, but without VAT included?
I take the used kWh divide it with the total amount. That is what is interesting for me
 
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