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Simple calculation of cost of hydro.

Posted by SouthernCanuck (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 4, 13 at 2:37

Excuse my terminology hydro here in Ontario is electrical power. I learned on this site years ago the simple calculation for cost of electrical power for an appliance etcetera. It is a simple formula that has been lost to me. All those hits to the head have caught up to me 40 years later.

I.E. a 60 watt bulb used for x amount of time at 0.11 cents per kWh = $0.00

Thanks for reminding me. If anyone has kids let them take piano lessons, don't buy them skates.

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RE: Simple calculation of cost of hydro.

I answered my own question by reading a bit down the page from the question posed by Mr. Griswold, thank you.

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