As an electrical engineer for a power company I see on average a house that is 1600-2000 square feet and having electric appliances except for the furnace use an average of 1500Kwatt-hours per month making 50 Kwatt-hours per day and a total of 18,000 Kwatt-hours per year.
If one is trying to determine usage as part of a plan for creating an alternative energy system for the house, one really needs to find out the actual usage for the house. Average numbers can be very misleading. Nova ran a story about a couple that installed a solar based 6 kWatt system who were generally running a surplus. No data is provided for actual consumption and converting the rating of a solar system back to Kwatts/day is moderately complex.
On the other side of the spectrum, it has been reported that Al Gore's mansion uses about 221,000kWh per year. If you scale this number down to the requested 1600-2000 square foot house, the result is around 60,000 kWh per year. It is reasonable to assume that Mr. Gore has already done all of the obvious things to reduce his energy footprint (e.g. energy star appliances, energy efficient lighting) so this clearly should not be considered an upper bound on electrical usage. Mr. Gore also purchases carbon offsets and extra wind power to balance out the remainder of his home's energy consumption.
The most important part about this question is that knowing the average value is useful if you just want to know the average but knowing the specific number may be significantly more important in some cases.
The United States Department of Energy Information estimates from the US Energy Information Agency put the average at about 8,900 per year, which is consistent with recent data from a project my company did for a large energy-related public service company.
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The average electricity bill is around 120 a month in Atlanta. This depends on square footage of your house or apartment and how much electricity you use.
You might want to look at the homes section of Craigslist.com for rentals in Charlotte.
My electricity bill for a 3 bedroom town house is about $200.
It depneds on the type of house, but the average is about $70 to $80.
The average home built today has a 200 Amp service.
An average house pays approximately £40 a month which is roughly 7500 to 1500 watts a month.
It depends on your country, and your culture, and the number of people in the house. An average house in Australia with 2 or 3 people and no heating bills might use 12 or 15 kWh of electricity a day.
1.0kw per week
max of $30
Using the Google search term "average household electricity consumption kwh"
The average price of an electricity bill of someone living in the United Kingdom is about 600 euros, although the price will vary depending on the size of the flat/house/building.
electricity gets to your house through a series of wire and cables
The cost of electricity per month depends on the amount that is used. For the average house, it will cost between 50 to 75 dollars. If the home is heated by electricity, it can cost considerably more.
about 300 watt bulbs
Yes, the White House was wired for electricity when he lived there and he generated his own personal kind of electricity when he was there.
it supplies electricity all over the house, including the electrical appliances.
The normal voltage of house electricity in the United States is 110V
Benjamin Harrison was the president when the White House got electricity.
No. Solar panels (photovoltaic, PV) produce electricity from the sun. This electricity can be used to cool your house - or heat your house.
Mine is $350 for a 1962 SF, 4 bedroom house with 2 adults and 3 kids.
it goes through the wires connected to your house
To provide the house with electric