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    garyhounsome
    How to roughly work out my electricity bill?
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    • 11th Dec 08, 4:12 PM
    How to roughly work out my electricity bill? 11th Dec 08 at 4:12 PM
    Hi my partner and I have been living now in our new build 2 bed home for just over 8 months.

    To cut a long story short i have not yet had an electricity bill despite giving readings twice but have had gas.

    So i enquired and we had been de-energized but we hadn't because we still have had electricity!!

    So now in february we will have the last eight months bill added to it which im starting to pay towards now.

    Im just trying to work out roughly how much i can expect to pay?

    Over the eight months we've roughly used 1617.6 kw which works out as 202.2 per month, which is roughly 0.8286 per day.

    So by feburary it'l be around 2224.2 after 11 months.

    Im with Southern Electric on a standard domestic plan so how can i work out what i can expect to pay?

    Regards,

    Gary Hounsome
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