ANSWERS: 2
  • (1) Where is the electricty supplying your home generated? - Earth (2) How much do you pay per kw/hour? Hmmm...looking at the last bill, it looks like (if I'm reading the bill right) a little less than 10 cents per kwh. (3) Aproxamately how much electricty (kwh) do you use perday? - I, personally, probably use extremely little, although (of course) more in Summer months. Back when I had my own apt (about 6 years ago) I had about $40 electric bills in Winter and $80-90 in Summer.
    • 11stevo73
      I pay 28 au cents per kwh about $300 every 3 months
  • The electricity that supplies my home is generated at a plant that uses fossil fuels (imagine that...) As per the cost, my bill is included with my rent. Just because I don't pay for it doesn't mean I use as much as I want. It still has to be paid whether it's by me or someone else, so I keep the cost down as much as possible. That's probably why after 7 years I'm still not getting a bill.
    • 11stevo73
      type of fuel? What sort of mining they do to extract it? Brown coal mined via a dirty big open cut mines happen here. My electricty bill has about doubled in the last 7 years I use less electricty now than 7 years ago as I rewired the house and put energy effiectet lights in everywhere and got rid of the airconditioner the useage is less but the bill is more.
    • Army Veteran
      "Type" of fuel makes no difference. Fossil fuel is fossil fuel - and it drives Liberals crazy when you point out how it's needed to make their "clean green" fuel. Yes, I know about wind farms and hydroelectric sources - but those don't work very well without fossil fuel support.
    • 11stevo73
      you haven't said how much power you use, or where its generated the only thing I was interested in.
    • Army Veteran
      If you want to get into the minute details, I have no idea how much power I use - as stated already, it is included in my rent. As for (((where))) it comes from, it's produced by a hydroelectric generator. Which can't operate without fossil fuels. Take away the fossil fuels and you're looking at the equivalent of a dead battery. If you want more detail than that, I suppose I could look up the address (LOL - like that's ever going to happen...).
    • 11stevo73
      Hydropower fossil fuels ? I couldn't careless where you live as if Im going to visit a boarding house.
    • Army Veteran
      "Hydropower" that wouldn't be possible without fossil fuels. Geez, dude - I can't break it down any simpler than that for you.

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