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What is your current electric rate, where you live?

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lopburi3

Bangkok, Thailand

30 days ending 23 May

1695 kwh

electric cost 6484 baht = 3.825 per unit or 12c US or 5.11 peso

total cost 8189 baht - - = 4.833 per unit or 15c US or 6.45 peso

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Paul

     Our last bill, here in Iligan city, was about 3,300php but we got an air condition installed in our room last month. Prior to that the electric bill averaged 1,500php. I cant complain about the electric bill here compared to what I was paying in the USA. Still, I thought the electric bill spike was a little much so i just had the air conditioned cleaned today. It wasn't a new one, which I wanted to buy, but I gave in to what she wanted. I think she is realizing that my way would have been better in this instance. 

 

You may be paying more than you were in the states. I imagine you are paying - at least .25c US / kWh for your power. Check your bill's bottom line to see. 

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Skywalker

When I lived in Ramos Tower, the electricity was directly from the Building owner, not from the electricity company.

 

The rate was 12 pesos per unit.

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USMC-Retired

In Texas outside Houston: (my bill * 43) / kwh = 5.26 pesos. I was talking to someone in the Philppines (a white dude) yes but your 120 we are 220 so you need to double it. ROTFL he was serious.

 

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Salty Dog

In Texas outside Houston: (my bill * 43) / kwh = 5.26 pesos. I was talking to someone in the Philppines (a white dude) yes but your 120 we are 220 so you need to double it. ROTFL he was serious.

 

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Just tell him yes but you are also using double the amps, so it comes out even.

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bounder

In Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental, we pay an average of 10.50 pesos per KwH from NOCECO. 

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manly4eva

We are on Tablas Island in Romblon Province....This is our bill attached.This month if you add up the hours we had about 5 full days with no power...Last month we had full service for a month,but this bill is 400 peso more...I honestly don't understand the power company here.This happens often and to many people..I have turned off all things electric and looked for power leaks but it all seems fine.We have no outside power outlets so its not being stolen.Its always been a mystery to me...lol...post-15949-0-79449100-1401588388_thumb.jpg

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NOSOCALPINOY

Our month of May Meralco Bill NCR of Luzon 

Our fault, we are not very frugal!

Some of our neighbors have higher usage, I would hate to have their electric bill! 

What's bad, we still may have a heat wave til maybe the middle of June!

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lopburi3

We are on Tablas Island in Romblon Province....This is our bill attached.This month if you add up the hours we had about 5 full days with no power...Last month we had full service for a month,but this bill is 400 peso more...I honestly don't understand the power company here.This happens often and to many people..I have turned off all things electric and looked for power leaks but it all seems fine.We have no outside power outlets so its not being stolen.Its always been a mystery to me...lol...attachicon.gifQQ Photo20140601120520.jpg

The key is your usage of 165 kwh this month - compare that with last month - that is the actual electric usage - the price can change depending on the fee/tax in place each month.  The usage will also change not only by how much you run but also by the temperature and how hard your electric appliances have to work.  Normally will be highest during the hottest months of the year if everything else stays the same.  Remember that refrigerator is just like an air conditioner and has to work (use more electric) harder when hot and when you open/close door often.  

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manly4eva

The key is your usage of 165 kwh this month - compare that with last month - that is the actual electric usage - the price can change depending on the fee/tax in place each month.  The usage will also change not only by how much you run but also by the temperature and how hard your electric appliances have to work.  Normally will be highest during the hottest months of the year if everything else stays the same.  Remember that refrigerator is just like an air conditioner and has to work (use more electric) harder when hot and when you open/close door often.  

The usage part I understand but what I can't fathom is when we have no supply for up to 5 days and our usage habits don't change but our bill increases.All I can think is that when the power comes back on the fridge runs like a cheetah on cocaine to get cold again thus increasing our usage.So not only do we have the hassle of no power but when it comes back on they make more money from us. :wheel:

 

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Mikala

I had a customer in the past that had incredibly high electric bills. Turned out she had a short to ground that was causing her meter to rack up the kW-hours on her meter. She asked for a refund, but it was rejected since the wiring that caused the problem was inside her house, which is completely the customer's responsibility.

 

Maybe check by turning off EVERYTHING. Unplug all electronics and such. Then see if the meter wheel is still rotating...

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lopburi3

The usage part I understand but what I can't fathom is when we have no supply for up to 5 days and our usage habits don't change but our bill increases.All I can think is that when the power comes back on the fridge runs like a cheetah on cocaine to get cold again thus increasing our usage.So not only do we have the hassle of no power but when it comes back on they make more money from us. :wheel:

 

Indeed that will require the mouse to make many more transits of the power wheel to get the temperature back down to the required level (should be about -19 for a freezer and 3 for refrigerator section) - but even with a few days of no usage if normal usage it higher because of weather the bill could be as much or more.

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contraman

For what its worth.

I just received my utilities bill here in Singapore

 

They are read electronically somehow and is received by email the next day.

This is for 74 days (Not sure why 74, just because it is :)  )

 

The exchange rate today was  1 SGD = 35.89 peso

That makes it about 8.98 peso a kWh.

 

The usage is low because I don't spend much time here now, hence the packing 

You will also note that the water, gas and garbage are all on the one bill which is a great idea

Anyway I just thought I would throw it into the mix as a comparison.

 

 

 

Utilities.pdf

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contraman

While I was at it I looked up the electricity for my property in Oz

 

The exchange rate today was 1 AUD = 40.73 peso

That makes this bill about 10.63 peso a kWh

 

I know the topic was mainly referring to the Philippines, but I hope this puts some balance into the topic.

Utilitiesoz.pdf

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Paul

 

 

I know the topic was mainly referring to the Philippines, but I hope this puts some balance into the topic.

 

No it isn't. Anyone, anywhere around the world can post their current rates in this thread. 

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Enuff

West Virginia, USA

 

1655 kwh used (31 days)

$150.02 total cost (usd) including taxes & fees

$0.0906 usd per kwh

p3.9728 per kwh (ex rate p43.850)

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cebugal

In view of all these high power bills, where can we buy in Cebu energy-efficient air conditioners?

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fred42

Bohol. 10.9 per kwh

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fred42

After the earthquake we were without power for about a month. Our electric bill was about 2000.00 Pesos.

EH??

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BayMan

Latest bill just came in , Ergon energy ( Qld ) $349.43 AUD for 96 days , average daily use 11.3 kWh , average daily cost $3.44 .or 142 PHP . 

 

The energy use is actually split between 2 rates , tariff 33 ( off peak ) is 18.052 cents / kWh and tariff 11 residential is 26.730 cents / kWh.  Off peak comprises approx 20% of the bill . 

 

The total of $349.43 also includes a "service fee" of $53.03 , this is basically an infrastructure charge. 

 

Fred  above , maybe that 2000 peso charge was for something like a service fee ? How long was that for ? 

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NOSOCALPINOY

Our June Meralco billing statement NCR of Luzon

We run a 1HP window type A/C 24/7, recently  switched

over to a 1HP split-type unit (not an inverter type, still uses R-22)

Other usage: refrigerator, washer/dryer, toaster oven & stove, micro wave,

2 elect shower heaters, 3 electric fans, 3 LED TVs and our desktop and laptop.  

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BayMan

NOSOCALPINOY , that's expensive ! Your bill for one month is about what I pay for 3 months here in Australia ,

 

I don't use or need air-con or heaters but I do run electric hot water , electric kitchen ( no gas ) a full size all fridge (refrigerator) ,

a fridge freezer about 180 litre , an upright freezer about 180 litre plus an under bench upright freezer of 110 litre .

 

Microwave , cooktop , wall oven and grill , plug in steamer used most evenings . Electric jug for coffees etc. used multiple times daily.

 

Plus I have a full workshop with air compressor 16 cu. ft / min , 250 amp mig welder , stick welder and all the power tools and lights needed , all of which get used quite regularly .

 

42 " LED LCD flatscreen  plus a 27" unit in the main bedroom , electric blanket used occasionally ( like last night , it's winter here :-) ) 

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Woolf

 

 

Our June Meralco billing statement NCR of Luzon

 

13,553.88   total bill

1128 kw/h used

 

pr kw/h  12.02 PHP        that is about what  the cost of electricity is in the philippines

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NOSOCALPINOY

NOSOCALPINOY, that's expensive ! Your bill for one month is about what I pay for 3 months here in Australia ,

 

It's just the price we pay for our comfort here in the Philippines 24/7! You should see our weekly/monthly grocery bill! 

Our friends/neighbor's budget are even higher than ours, because they are not your average typical Filipino family in an upscale neighborhood like ours!   

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manly4eva

We just had our electric meter read by the TIELCO rep and this month we consumed 26 KW more than last month.There have been no changes in our usage and no extra appliences used.This is during a month that we had no power for a full 5 days due to the suppliers not having diesel to run the plant and as many days on load shedding.I just can't understand how this is happening.I've asked the town electrician to come and have a look for leaks.This is my inlaws house with 30 yr old wiring.I hope the problem is with the supplier so I can ask for some refunds.Ha Ha :sarcasm:

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