This is a unique 12 month case study looking at the total electrical usage for power, heat and light. There is no gas in the property, no solid fuel or other heating. These are the results so far.
The following radiators were fitted on January 9th 2012. The living areas are heated to 21 degrees c. and the bedrooms to 16 degrees c. 24 hours per day.
Bed 1: S100
Bed 2: S100
Living Room: SN150 and S100
January 10 – February 10th Units used: 1247 kWh
February 10th – March 10th Units used: 829 kWh
March 10th – April 10th Units used 568 kWh
The cost per unit at the property is 10.56p and the daily standing charge is 22p
Therefore the cost to light, power and heat the property over the first quarter is:
£279.20 + £19.80 = £299.00
April 10 – May 10th Units used: 508 kWh
May 10th – June 10th Units used: 170 kWh
June 11th to July 10th Units used 126 kWh
Therefore the cost to light, power and heat the property over the second quarter is:
£84.90 + 20.26 = £105.16
July 10th – August 10th Units used: 75 kWh
August 11th to September 10th Units used: 62 kWh
September 10th to October 10th Units used: 149 kWh
Therefore the cost to light, power and heat the property over the third quarter is:
October 11th – November 10th Units used 535 kWh
November 11th – December 10th Units used 833 kWh
11th December – 10th January Units used: 947 kWh
Therefore the cost to light, power and heat the property over the fourth quarter is:
THE TOTAL COST FOR THE 12 MONTH CASE STUDY FOR HEAT, POWER AND LIGHT TO THE PROPERTY IS £731.95 or an average of £2.00 per day.
The above cost takes into consideration that at midnight on 4th September the homeowner to a new tariff – Scottish Power’s On-line Fixed Price Energy till 1st November 2013. Prices are: 22.219p per kWh for the first 225 kWh per quarter, then 10.55p per kWh. There is no daily charge.
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