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How much does electricity cost retail per kilowatt?


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2012-01-16 13:05:39
2012-01-16 13:05:39

I pay .07 cents a kilowatt.


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.

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