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Topic Title: what is a typical Commercial Electricity tariff per kWh?
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Created On: 06 March 2013 10:35 AM
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 06 March 2013 10:35 AM
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Hi there

Can anyone give me some guidance on what is the current commercial kWh price guide?

The site i'm looking at is down south in Laverstoke Hampshire.

Does anyone know any good websites that highlights this information.
 06 March 2013 07:12 PM
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the rule of thumb is to use 10p for calculating pay backs for commercial premises, until you can get better data.
 06 March 2013 10:11 PM
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At work we pay 8p unit peak, 5p off peak. We use around 30,000kwh a month
 13 December 2014 07:02 AM
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Unfortunately, electric prices are soaring in states. The average commercial rates by state ranged from 4.92 to 41.29 cents per kilowatt-hour. Oil and gas costs have been decreasing, as have natural gas costs, but a number of people have noticed that electricity costs haven't gone down with them. They also aren't likely to, as the factors in setting electricity charges are a bit more complex.

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