Thursday, August 5, 2010

Do You Know What It Costs?

According to this chart ,which is a few months old, I pay about 2.5 cents more per kW-hour where I live than my state's average.
Looking at the sticker on my 16 year-old, (and fully functional) water heater, it claimed a "National Average" in 1994 of 8.4 cents per kilowatt-hour. (Now I'm paying about $0.13 per kW-Hr).
God protect us from electric vehicles - but it will make some coal miners rich.


Evil_Klown said...

If you account for inflation, you're hanging right in there. I checked it out.

What cost $.084 in 1993 would cost $0.12 in 2009.

They don't have 2010's info yet so I did it for sixteen years prior to 2009.

Here's the site:

WOMBAT said...

That's the problem with Liberal math- they always "forget" to consider all the facts before they go on a tear.

A is A said...

LMAO @ "liberal math" - I'm rightfully chastised. An ill-thought out post brought about by unsuitable applications of vodka. I'll do better in the future.

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