electric bill

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Noun1.electric bill - a bill for money owed for electricity used
invoice, bill, account - an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe"
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State regulators on Wednesday blessed a $96 million delivery rate hike for ComEd that will add about a dollar to the average households monthly electric bill beginning in January, Crains Chicago Business reported.
Guerrero, also a national council member of another women's group GABRIELA, called on the public to join in the Lights Out (patay ilaw) protest on February 21 before the expiration of the temporary restraining order against MERALCO's electric bill hike.
Controversial Bulgarian Metropolitan Nikolay is selling his notorious Rolex watch to pay the electric bill of the Saint Marina church in his bishopric, the second largest city of Plovdiv.
According to the United States Department of Energy, 40-60 percent of a business's electric bill is related to heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
By unplugging items you aren't using, you can save 10 percent on your electric bill, according to the Department of Energy.
SELCO divides the amount of donations by the number of requests for assistance to determine the amount each recipient will have applied to their electric bill.
The difference in your electric bill will be reflected in cents, not dollars.
New York businesses and residences, whether they pay their own electric bill or if it is part of their lease, know the high cost of power.
Walter always waits to open the electric bill until his wife, Judith, gets home from work.
s lights, the city of North Little Rock now has sued the establishment in an attempt to collect a $7,000 overdue electric bill.
walked attendees through a typical electric bill and offered suggestions to cut melt costs.