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Old 05-06-14, 05:15 AM   #1
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Do we have any electricity price comparison website to compare the bills?

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Old 05-06-14, 11:00 AM   #2
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Do we have any electricity price comparison website to compare the bills?
What exactly are you looking for?

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Old 07-05-14, 03:20 AM   #3
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Did you find something like that which does the price comparison of the bill? I think you will get the website of the corporation only who provide you the electricity bill. Also , it can be checked and compare pricing would be easy.
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Old 07-08-14, 07:17 PM   #4
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I think Aaronhenry is looking for a website to compare electrical costs between different providers, probably a very difficult undertaking on a large scale.

Out here in California, my PG&E E-7 rate structure varies with season, time of day, and amount of power used. The rates run from ~$.08 to more than $.50/kWh. These rates seem to be constantly tweaked throughout the year.

I also pay about $0.11/day for the privilege of leasing an old Schlumberger time-of-use meter that doesn't know what time it is for several weeks during the year (Daylight Saving Time periods hard-coded).

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