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exploringlife2

Camiguin my last bill was 12.55 peso/kwh

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Just got our bill for the past 90 days: Consumption was 4367KW (48.53 per day) and a total cost of Au$761.78 including fees and GST. That works out to be Au$0.1744 cents per Kilowatt.  Pretty cheap fo

We pay about P12 PKWH. It is so low due to the 192 MW geothermal power plant just up the hill.    

Paul, Is it possible to prevent this thread from being locked in the future so we can update our information if it changes? Especially here in the RP where it seems that the rates are about to increas

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After seeing what others are paying I feel lucky - didn't build house - bought contractor's house  when he went bankrupt building it

 

Total for 2012 - gas, electric, water (my own well) was $2,380. That's for a 600 SqM house - includes basements but not garages.

 

I do admit don't have vents open in areas not used but do heat minimally.

 

Edit: hit wrong key - $200 more than originally posted

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Dysart Queensland Australia, 29.403 cents per kwh.. so about 26 US cents 

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RogerDuMond

Owak, Asturias, Cebu

 

CEBECO III

 

7.452 pesos/kWh  including all charges

 

In looking at the last receipt I didn't add back the meter deposit refund of 25 pesos plus there is a slightly different rate on each of the 3 meters.

 

Meter 1 - 4511.19 pesos for 602 kWh = 7.493 pesos per kWh

 

Meter 2 - 1749.47 pesos for 233 kWh = 7.508 pesos per kWh

 

Meter 3 -  851.38 pesos for 113 kWh = 7.534 pesos per kWh

 

Average of the 3 = 7.502 pesos per kWh

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Aerosick

Southern California Edison, CA, USA per kilowatt hour:

 

Tier 1: 322 kWh = $0.13   Tier 2: 69 kWh = $0.16

 

Basic rate starts at $0.031

 

January Total = $54.99

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Norate decrease here in Argao with CEBECO. Meter read today and still 9.97 per kwh. At least I had a lower bill since no using fans for a month.

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No rate decrease here in Argao with CEBECO. Meter read today and still 9.97 per kwh. At least I had a lower bill since no using fans for a month

Also in Argao,

 

Oct   32days   361kw   9.773Php

Nov   33days   351kw   9.493

Dec   29days   323kw   9.003

Jan   32days   366kw   9.205

Feb   30days   207kw   9.643 

 

 

 
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Clark Freeport Zone, we have some tax breaks here, so only paying 8.09 per KWH

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Our last bill from in our Cebu condo for April. 2013 was P7713.89 from the one unit we run the aircon on and it was 718 kwh's used so that breaks down to p10.743579 which is basically double what we pay for electric in our condo in Florida which is posted above somewhere

 

Our second unit where we cook, have a fan running most of the time and also have the ref on was p1970.27 with 183kwh's used so that one works out to p10.766502 per kwh and should be about what someone who does not use aircon could expect the cost to be in a 40 sq meter unit.

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76sqm 2 bed 2 bath condo in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig... May 2014, 30 days, total 750kWh.. 9,598.68P = 12.79824kWh rate

 

Normally 2 aircon running in bedrooms, one fan in living room. Fridge, water dispenser, use of electric oven, idle laptop, and charging multiple devices. Lighting is minimized (exit a room turn off the light... Except at night when the pantry light is left on to scare away aswang) :(

 

In Davao 3 bed 2 bath house not so much, about half the price for fairly similar use from Davao Light, but i'll update with last months bill soon as i get back.

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