How much is electricity? how many pence per watt?

  [DELETED] 16:23 28 Mar 2008

How much is electricity in the north west of UK??

Im talking about the price per watts??

if you cant answer, can u give an estimate??

  [DELETED] 16:27 28 Mar 2008

You could try ringing your provider, they should be able to tell you.

I don't like electricity at the moment though. I got electricuted off the mains today. It was horrible. Indian sockets are dodgy, you can see sparks everytime you plug something in.

  beeuuem 16:32 28 Mar 2008

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Around 10.48p per kWh

  [DELETED] 16:33 28 Mar 2008

Varies according to provider not where you are but average is about 12pence perKWH normal ps 1kwh is 1000watts per hour or 10x100watt light bulbs per hour. Not wishing to be patronising but when people speak in watts the do not always undestand KWH which is what you are measured in and charged

  anskyber 16:38 28 Mar 2008

Frankly there are so many different tariffs from different providers you can only check your own provider.

My provider (in the NW) has about 8 different tariffs including lower ones for on line contracts.
There are even different tariffs depending when you take them out. Each will vary, some might have a standing charge + KWH rates others might have no standing charge but higher KWH rates.

  Forum Editor 16:54 28 Mar 2008

contact your supplier, and ask.

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