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How much is a KWH of electricity in the UK at the current time?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 09:44
sounds about right but there are an abundance of tariffs all designed to confuse and cheat the customer otherwise why are they there it's one product it used to be the same for all same as the gas it has to be said we have become a nation of cheats banks insurance you name it and it's all naughty but accepted
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 10:51
What's it got to do with your Dad ? A unit of electricity costs about 20p, but there are at least 3 different rates. They charge more for the first units, then less for the rest, so they are sure to make a good profit however careful you are. You can also get cheap night -time power, because there is spare capacity at night and it's worth it for them to have a more even power demand curve. Landlords and caravan site owners can charge more, so yes, I'd say 45p is a rip-off.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 03:33
View the electricity bill as it will state the tariff.

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