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.
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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.
I pay .07 cents a kWh.
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 d…oes not create a lot of electricity
0.17 euro per kwh
Progress Energy charges us 6.88 cents per KWH in Marion County, Florida.
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 re…port, 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.
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.
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 = $0.0…1, 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/kWÂ·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 .
$0.91200 per Kilowatt-Hour (kWh) Yanceyville NC (2006)
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.
I've heard it's 0.187euro/kwh
12 pesos if you were outside metro manila.
The cost will depend on your electricity tariff.