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    m3 to Kwh conversion factor.....Eon
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    • 30th Apr 08, 7:43 PM
    m3 to Kwh conversion factor.....Eon 30th Apr 08 at 7:43 PM
    Just this last month changed over to Eon for dual fuel, Energyonline extra saver 5.

    As I'm slightly sad I decided to take meter readings each morning for the next few weeks, monitor my usage and set up a spreadsheet to calculate my bills (told you I was sad )

    Just phoned Eon to find out the conversion factor for m3 to Kwh to calculate the gas bill, apparently its as follows

    (((Reading x 2.8) x1.02264) x 38.9)/3.6

    For an average use per day of 4.6 m3 of gas this gives a quarterly bill larger than some countries national debt (I'm exagerating slightly, but it is bloody huge )

    Does anybody know what Eon's actual conversion factor is, not sure I can stand the excitement of phoning them again.

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