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    Candy53
    How to calculate my Eon gas in summer?
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    • 17th Aug 11, 9:57 PM
    How to calculate my Eon gas in summer? 17th Aug 11 at 9:57 PM
    Hi,

    As Eon have a high rate of gas at 2680, I don't know how to calculate it say in the summer when our usage is low.

    For instance, if we only use 300kwhs over a quarter, say 85 days, the high rate comes to 624kwhs. So when your usage is low is there another way to calculate it?

    Also, we have an old gas back boiler, and only use it at the moment to heat water up, for 45 mins, every other day. The pilot light of course is on all the time, but after we moved house we had to get into line with everyone else, so the bill we've just got has spanned over 129 days, and we used 665kwhs. It averages out at 5.15kwhs per day. Does this sound alot?

    Thanx,
    Candy
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