How much does electricity cost per kilowatt hour in the NY?
10.20 to 16.73 cents per kilowatt hour http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity/cost.html
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Answer . at 1.26 per therm that would be 4.3 cents per kilowatt hour the average cost of electricity is so around 11 cents per killowatt hr so its cheaper then electricity
Varies by company and region. Out west we pay between 4.7 cents to 14.6 cents per kwh depending on the time of day we use power.
Answer . $67.74 using 120 volts.. Great job on the math, but a refrigerator doesn't run 24 hours a day. It runs off of a thermostat and has periods of off/on. It depends on the climate in which you live (i.e. how hot it is in your house) as to how often your refrigerator kicks on. Its actually r…eally hard to keep track of. If you buy a "Kill A Watt" meter, you can plug your fridge into it and it will tell you how many watts the fridge has actually used in a day. It probably only runs a few hours total each day! (MORE)
You must be to renting or owning your house but it matters how much you use so turn the lights off when not in room, turn off TV when not using, and turn off computer all the way when done using it. This is difficult to answer, it depends on what country you live in, how many people in a family, o…nce you know that than it can be calculated. (MORE)
That number changes based on the current cost of oil (daily) - to find the answer convert as: Current price of crude oil per barrel / 563.107 = cost per Kilowatt hour. Based on US Energy department figures for: 1 barrel of oil equivalent = 5.80 MBtu and 10,300 Btu per kWh for current thermal co…nversion efficiencies of 33% and 32% of US power plants. (MORE)
Graeme Bathurst, of independent energy consultancy TNEI, suggests 7p/kWh as a reasonable estimate(http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/4900188.stm) 7p is typical for the night cheap rate, during the day it can be twice that, according to my bill.
The Maintenance for the equipment and people to operate it. Hydroelectricity is generated at damns. essentially it is almost free because the water does all the work, but it does not create a lot of electricity
Residential Electric Rate. Cost per Kilowatt Hour (Cents) as of 9/1/11. Single Family Dwelling. 8.850. Basic Service. $10.00.
the avg pay between 4.7 cents to 14.6 cents per kwh depending on the time of day we use power.
They cost about $3-$4 per watt. You can't measure it in kilowatt hours unless you know where the panel is.
It will be depend on what fossil fuel is in concern. For a combine cycle power plant of around 80% capacity, cost of power per fuel is as followed for 2010. Price not include tax and transmission cost. Natural gas = 7-10 C/kWh Coal = 10 - 14 C/kWh Diesel = 14 - 20 C/kWh The Diesel priced was esti…mated by approximation the relative cost of Diesel and Natural gas cost so it may not be accurate. (MORE)
Your appliance draws 1.43 amps at 10911 per kilowatt hour how much does this appliance cost you per hour?
To answer this question I have to know what you are charged per Kw/hr by the power company. If you mean .10911 per kw/hr, then I need to know at what voltage.
If one kilowatt hour of electricity cost nine cents how much does it cost to run a 500 watt light bulb for twenty four hours?
500 watts x 24 hours = 12,000 watt hours or 12kW h. 12 kW h x 9 cents/kW h is $1.08 .
Theres a 100watt bulb left on for one 30 day month uses 72 kilowatt-hours of electricity the cost is 5.76 How much does a 100watt bulb use in 1week and how much does it cost?
It would use about 10 kilowatt's and $O.82. . THAT WAS A WEIRD QUESTION
I pay .07 cents a kilowatt. Answer A kilowatt measures power, which is the rate at which you use energy. You do not pay for power but, rather, for energy . For the purpose of billing consumers, energy is measured in kilowatt hours ( kW . h ). So, the above answer should read 0.07 cents… per kilowatt hour . (MORE)
Your welders have an input of 240 volts and draws 30 amps how much does it cost to run the welder if you weld 8 hours a day 5 days a week electricity costs 09 per kilowatt hour?
Your welder uses 240 x 30 = 7200 watts = 7.2 kilowatts. Use it constantly for 8 hours then it uses 7.2 x 8 = 57.6 kilowatt hours. The cost for this 8 hrs is 57.6 x .09 = $5.184. Multiply by 5 to get $25.92 per week.
The 2.03 cents per kilowatt hour cost for nuclear power is inaccurate. December 19, 2011. New study published by National Bureau of Economic Research states: Pg 23 of the report, Table 3 lists the levelized cost of nuclear power as 8.7 cents per kilowatt hour (MIT 2009), and 6.7 cents for natural …gas. (MORE)
The cost of coal varies from place to place. To determine that theprice for where you are, contact your local utility.
If one kilowatt hour of electricity costs 9cents how much to run a 500 watt heat bulb 24 hours for 30 days?
500 watt bulb run for 1 hour = 500 watt/hours or 0.5 kilowatt/hours 0.5 x 24 x 30 = 360 kilowatt/hours 360 x 0.09 = $32.40
Your question is not very specific, as 'oil' is a very broad term. Crude oil is never burned straight, it is always processed. I will assume gasoline is what is being used. Gasoline produces 36.6 kWh of power per one US gallon. Therefore: (36.6 kWh/ 1 gal) = ( 1 kWh/ X gal) (1 * 1) / 36.6 …= X X ~= 0.0273 gallons So it takes about 0.0273 gallons of gasoline to produce one kWh of power. Some digging on various sites tells me that about 55% of crude oil (per gallon) gets processed into gasoline. So we take our number of gallons and multiply it by 155%: 0.0273 gal/gas * 1.55 ~= 0.0423 gal/oil So it takes 0.0423 gallons of oil to generate one kWh of power. (MORE)
I used 650 kWh last month. My bill was about 80 bucks. I think I paid 7.5 cents per kWh This was with 2 window A/C units (used only in the evenings), one fridge, one deep freeze and one computer (these three all the time). In Dayton Ohio.
A kilowatt hour is calculated by adding the watts together anddeviding by 1000, this will give you kilowatts (kW). Then work outhow many hours you are using this load for. multiply the kW by thehours and you get kWh. eg 15 lamps at 100w = 1500w/1000 = 1.5 kW.If these were left on for 6 hours then 6 …x 1.5 = 9 kWh. Answer There is no such thing as a 'kilowatt per hour'. It's rather likesaying 'kilometres per hour per hour', because a kilowatt is aspecial name given to a joule per second -in other words, itmeasures a rate. (MORE)
Find out from your latest bill from your electricity supplier how much you are paying for a kilowatt-hour. Multiply that charge by 1.38, so if the charge is 20 cents then 20 x 1.38 = 27.6 cents.
A battery charger uses 15 watts At 6 cents per kilowatt-hour how much does it cost to charge batteries for 24 hours?
Let us consider that Watts means Watt-hours per hour. So a battery charger that consumes 15 Watt-hours per hour will consume 15x24 Watt-hours per day. And at 0.06 dollars per 1000 Watt-hours the cost will be 15x24x0.06/1000 or just over two pennies per day.
If electricity costs 8 cents per kilowatt hour how much does it cost to run a 100 watt lightbulb for one hour?
A 100 watt light bulb lit for 10 hours will cost $0.08; lit for only one hour it will cost one tenth as much -- or eight tenths of a penny.
1.5 kW "Kilo" means 1000, so a 1500 W appliance uses energy at the rate of 1500 W / 1000 = 1.5kW. By the way, you probably do not mean "kilowatts per hour." A watt (or a kilowatt) measures the rate of energy use. Rate units already have the time parameter built in: for example, "kilometers per… hour" is a measure of one's rate of travel. What you may mean is "kilowatt-hours," which is what the unit the electric company uses to figure your bill. If you are in the UK, which averages about 7p/kWh for electricity, the fireplace will cost you about 10.5p each hour you run it. In the USA the average cost for electricity is about $0.12/kWh, so the fireplace will cost you about $0.18 every hour. (MORE)
12.5 p is generally accepted as a typical average cost, however it changes depending on too many factors to list here. When in doubt check with your electricity supplier.
Divide the monthly billed charges from the Utility by the months usage in KWH. Monthly Bill divided by KWH (usage for month) = Unit Cost
One kiloWatt hour has to do with the amount of energy beingsupplied or consumed in relation to the amount of time it is beingconsumed. One kiloWatt is 1000 Watts or 10 - 100 Watt light bulbsburning. One kiloWatt hour of energy would be consumed if those 10- 100 Watt bulbs were all left on for 1 hour…. The meter is readingenergy being used and recording the duration of the usage to trackkWh of consumption. Another unit of energy used in science is the the Joule, which is 1watt for 1 second. A kilowatt-hour is 3.6 million Joules, in otherwords 1000 watts for 3600 seconds, so 1000x3600 Joules. Another Answer First of all, 'electricity' is a subject, rather like 'physics' or'chemistry'. It's NOT a quantity, so it cannot be measured. So youshould be asking, 'How much energy is a kilowatt hour?' A kilowatt hour is a unit of energy. It is 'the amount ofenergy consumed, over a period of one hour, at a rate of onekilowatt'. Remember, a kilowatt is a unit of 'power', definedas the rate of energy consumption. (MORE)
I don't know in what context you saw that, but that looks as if for every unit of energy (kWh) spent, you get a certain number of liters of ... something.
If the rate being charged for electricity is 10 cents  per kilowatt hour, then running the 100-watt bulb for one hour would cost 0.10 kWÂ·h Ã $0.10/kWÂ·h = $0.01, or one cent. Running a typical space heater rated at 1500 watts would cost 15 cents per hour (1.5 kW Ã 1 h x $0.10/kW…Â·h = $0.15). Indeed one can determine how much any electrical device will cost to run by multiplying the amount of kilowatts consumed by the device by the rate per kilowatt hour by the time it will be run for (kilowatts Ã hours Ã rate-per- kilowatt-hour = cost-to-run), being mindful of the fact that different rates may exist even within one tariff. Answer Assume 46 agorot per kilowatt hour. Searching online, I found several references to the price of residential electric energy, but they were all dated by a year or two, and I didn't find a current one, so I'll have to say that this figure is 'approximate'. Today ... mid July 2012 ... one online foreign exchange converter lists 3.967 New Israeli Shekels to one U$Dollar. So 46 agorot per kWh = 11.56Â¢ per kWh . (MORE)
OBandE charges 0.09 per kilowatt hours used If Egan used 243 kWh how much will he pay for his electricity?
This is a simple multiplication question. Answer 2 This question cannot be answered because you have not said 0.09 what per kWh. Do you mean 0.09 Sausages, 0.09 Cowry Shells, 0.09 Ruritanian Gumbos, or what?
How much does it cost to run a 60 watt light bulb for 1 hour if electricity costs 10 cent per kilowatt-hour?
1 kilowatt-hour is 1000 watt-hours and 60 watt bulb consume during 1 hour 60 watt-hours of electricity, so then it costs 0.6 cent =>60/1000=0,06*price of 1 kilowatt-hour = 0.6 cent
A kilowatt is an unit of power , which is the rate at which you purchase energy, in kilowatt hours. You pay for energy, not power. So, your question really should ask, "What is the price of electricity per kilowatt hour?" The answer is... it depends! It varies from supplier to supplier and where… in the world you live, so you will need to check with your electricity supplier. (MORE)
This information is available on electric bills in the US and depends on how the utility company structures charges and may also depend on who is using the power and when.
If the "kilowatt" is something the motor uses whenever it's running, then the same unit can't measure something that gets tallied up over time. The kilowatt is the unit of power. Power is the rate at which energy is used. The motor uses energy at the rate of 1.1 kilowatts. You're asking fo…r the amount of energy the motor uses in one hour. The unit you want is the "kilowatt-hour". That's the total amount of energy used by something that uses it for an hour at the rate of 1 kilowatt. Your motor uses energy at the rate of 1.1 kilowatts. If it does that for an hour, then it uses a total of 1.1 kilowatt-hours of energy. If it runs for 2 hours, then it uses 2.2 kilowatt-hours of energy. If it only runs for 1/2 hour, then it uses only 0.55 kilowatt hours of energy. (MORE)
How much does it cost to burn a 100W lightbulb for 24 h if electric energy costs 0.080 per kilowatt-hour?
Convert the watts to kilowatts, multiply by the time to get the energy (in kWh), then multiply by the rate.
I am not 100% certain I understand the question you have asked. In the UK: a 2 k.wh system would cost 8500 a 3 k.wh system would cost 10850 a 4 k.wh system would cost 12700 All solar in the UK is subject to 5% VAT.
It depends on the electrical specification of the oven. If the oven has heating elements that say total to 3 kW then the consumption will be 3 kW.hrs per hour if all the heating elements are being used. If the oven is being used for two hours the consumption will be 6 kW.hrs. or If the oven is b…eing used for 30 minutes the consumption will be 1.5 kW.hrs. (MORE)
Bottom line of a Nov2013 residential bill. Used 1800kwh and total bill= $220.06 so: 12.225cents kwh (Even though they say it is 7.047cents 100kwh.) Other charges: taxes, fuel charge?, an 8.67 fee to be a customer? all total 88.33. That's the bill to have power so, 12.225 cents per kwh is a good ba…llpark for estimating what your total power bill may be here. (MORE)
How much does it cost to run a computer for 50 hours in a week if the monitor runs on 140 Watts and the tower runs on 160 Watts and the Electric Company charges 11.2 cents per kilowatt-hour?
140W + 150W = 300W = 0.3kW 0.3kW x 50 hours = 15kW-hrs 15kW-hrs x 11.2 cents = 168 cents.
It differs from region to region and country to country. The cost is dependant on the method the electricity is generated. One of the lowest production costs is hydro electrical generation. I pay 8 cents a kilowatt hour.
How much does it cost to run a 60 watt light bulb for 1 hour if electricity costs 10 cent per kilowatt hour?
A 60-watt bulb uses 60 watt-hours or 0.06 kWh each hour, so thecost is 0.06 x 10 cents, 0.6 cents per hour.
How much does it cost to run a watt light bulb for 1 hour if electricity cost 10 cent per kilowatt-hour?
A 1-watt bulb uses 3600 watt-hours every hour, which is 1/1000 of a kilowatt-hour, so the cost is 0.01 cents.
6.80 cents/KWh for the first 1,350 (step 1). 10.19 cents per KWh for everything after that, over the course of a two month billing period (step 2).
Find the consumption of power in kwh for a given period. Find the corresponding cost. Divide cost by the total kwh. Most energy companies indicate the average kwh cost incurred for a given month in their monthly statements.
Running costs are cheap, but by the time you figure ALL the costs (waste disposal, the plant itself will end up radioactive - for millions of years) it becomes very expensive.
185 watts will use up 185 watt-hours every hour. That is 0.185 kilowatt-hours each hour, costing about Â£0.03
Not sure what you are asking, but if it is a heating device that requires 1 kW of electricity and it is on for 1 hr. then the cost is about 12 cents on the average across USA. Answer A 1-kW heater (generally termed 'an electric fire' in the UK), operating for one hour, uses 1 kW . h, or one '…unit', of energy. You will need to check with your electricity supply company how much they charge per kilowatt hour, and work it out from there. Another Answer Electricity is billed by how much power you use for how long. The power is measured in Watts and the length of time is an hour. A device that draws 1000 watts or one kilowatt (kW) of power costs the same as another device that uses 100 watts of power for 10 hours or one watt for 1000 hours. In Los Angeles, we have a tiered power bill. The first tier costs $0.0702 per hour for the first 1000 kWh The second tier costs $0.0852 per hour for the next2000 kWh and the third tier costs $0.120 per hour for the remainder of the power you use. If you used 3371 kWh of power in a two month billing period, then... Tier 1 would cost: 1000 kWh x $0.0702 = $ 70.20 Tier 2 would cost: 2000 kWh x $0.0852 = $170.40 Tier 3 would cost: 471 kWh x $0.1200 = $ 56.52 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $297.12 So, if you run that 1kW fire for one hour you'll pay $0.07 - if you keep your usage low and stay in the first tier. If you max out the first two tiers, that fire could cost $0.81 to run for one hour. (MORE)
To answer this question a total wattage of the heaters and the cost per kilowatt hour must be stated. The cost per kilowatt hour can be obtained from your Ontario Hydro bill. Multiply the total wattage by the length of time in hours that the heaters are in operation. This will give you the cost of o…peration of the heaters. (MORE)