The cost will surely vary from one country to another. Look at your electricity bill, and divide the total cost by the number of kWh you have been charged. That will give you the cost per kWh.
To figure out the cost of waste energy you take the cost of the energy put into it and subtract the cost of what you got out of it. Whatever the answer is to that is the cost of the wasted energy.
The energy cost of gold is 88,184,905
higher engery cost
The cost of geothermal energy can be extremely low depending on how you approach the use of this free renewable energy. Geothermal energy is heat contained within the earth, and there are a number of ways in which we can use this energy.
it will cost like 1000 dallars
about $200 billion altogether 2 make a hydrogen car or $145 billion to just make the energy.
it cost three thousand five hundred it cost this much because
it is very expensive so noone knows what the cost is
You need energy to survive
Yes much less
depending on your pet level if your pet is a baby it will cost two energy if your pet is teen it will cost 4
Efficiency in terms of energy means accomplishing processes with less energy, ideally the least energy required, with a minimum of waste. Ordinarily, this means that the cost of producing energy is less. However, some methods of efficiently producing and using energy are not the cheapest in terms of the other costs involved: some would cost more to implement, and more to maintain, such as low-resistance shielded transmission lines, which could cost vastly more initially than cheaper ones and cost more to maintain and repair. It would be energy efficient but not cost efficient.
There is no fixed cost. It depends on a wide variety of factors. What chemical energy. How rapidly Where Under what conditions Etc.
it is better as it is renuable and it doesnt cost anything to get the energy as it comes from the sun
The cost of energy use is determined by Your "Tariff multiplied by Kilowatts used ". the energy supply bill can provide the cost per kilowatt . Then you can calculate the cost of one watt used - (kilowatts used divided by cost inc tax) = cost per ONE Kilowatt The divide that cost by 100- = cost per watt.
Solar energy is free. It costs money to build an installation to harvest this energy. So there is no straight forward answer to this question since it depends on the cost of the installation and the energy that is being replaced (electrical, heat etc.).
The cost of an energy source varies considerably. It depends upon how much energy you want, as well as the type of energy generation you want; solar power and diesel power have different costs, for example.