As power utilization builds, Spark Energy is committed to holding your expenses down even in the most extraordinary of months. As of November 2016, the normal power cost in the United States is $0.131 per kilowatt hour (kWh). That is really down year over year – in November 2015, the cost was up to $0.131 per kWh.
In 2015, in any case, the normal yearly power utilization for a U.S. private utility client was 10,812 kilowatt hours (kWh), a normal of 901 kWh every month. This implies the normal private power shopper pays upwards of $1416 every year for power. Louisiana had the most noteworthy yearly power utilization at 15,435 kWh per private client, and Hawaii had the least at 6,166 kWh per private client, with variable yearly expenses to coordinate.
This is an extraordinary marker for what number of US inhabitants utilize well known apparatuses, for example, TVs, clothes washers, and dishwashers consistently. Here are the best ten most basic private machines recorded arranged by vitality utilization home appliances
Focal Air Conditioner (2 ton): 1450 kWh/month
Water Heater (4-man family unit): 310/kWh/month
Cooler (17-20 cubic foot): 205 kWh/month
Dryer: 75 kWh/month
Stove Range: 58 kWh/month
Lighting 4-5 room family unit: 50 kWh/month
Dishwasher: 30 kWh/month
TV: 27 kWh/month
Microwave: 16 kWh/month
Clothes washer: 9 kWh/month
Keep this rundown convenient and alter the amount you utilize these top power utilizing machines to shield them from depleting your ledger. At Spark Energy, we have a lot of other vitality sparing tips also:
Spread drafty windows
Alter the temperature
Find and seal spills
Timetable customary assistance for your warming framework
Lower water warming expenses by utilizing less boiling water
Keep air moving with roof fans
Unplug apparatuses, or utilize an electrical extension and the strip’s on/off change to slice all capacity to the machine when it’s killed
There are a lot of different approaches to decrease your power costs. Begin getting a good deal on power by getting a statement from Spark Energy today! Snap here for more data.