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i'm curious about the difference in cost for electric in America versus the UK. Can I take a peek? You can email a pdf to me if you prefer.
are you a prince from Ghana?
You could try the Which? website - will probably have info on average energy bills.
It's really cheep, A LOT cheaper than what you're paying...
Being from Canada, we have to pay in ice blocks. Do you have a Ice block to pound sterling currency converter?
I pay $30 a month in the winter, and around $75 during the hottest summer months when I run A/C.
sorry 404 can you send again? i think my email was overly full.
will trade for ffffound invite.
404 ARE YOU PLAYING IWTH MY HEART HERE?
heating bills US vs UK - this is even more dull than windows/mac bollox
Hey can someone send me your phone bill from the UK I am trying to see the cost difference between US, Canada, Iran, China, Singapore, Ghana, Peru, West Indies, Yap, and UK. Have all the others just the UK bill still outstanding. I appreciate it! Cheers!
GOT IT. OK. I'M A DULLARD AND ALSO A BIT RIDICULOUS.
the honest truth is i'm designing an electric bill (charts/graphs/strategy behind hierarchy of info) and I really admire the design and thought that was put into goodenergy.co.uk and figured the UK (which is forced to be more of an advocate for folks) would have more of a considerate bill than what we're used to seeing.
You can blank out costs/consumption/address/ personal info ..
actually nevermind. I see how intrusive this is now. cheers.
just tell us how much your kw/h charge is. usually it's around $.08-.09/kwh
with conEd they would show an annual graph showing your usage over time with avg's indicated along with current month's levels compared to the last 12 months (if you had been a conEd consumer in the past)