Xcel, the Solar Industries Association and the Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association called in their pact for the commission to grant approval to 3 cents per kilowatt-hour
of Solar Rewards for customer-held installations of up to 25 kilowatts, and 1 cent per kilowatt-hour
for small installations held by parties other than the householder, keeping the program active pending approval of the general renewable power plan.
Suhoski said the town's electricity through solar power would cost 9 cents per kilowatt-hour
in the first year, compared with the National Grid rate of 13.
45 cents per kilowatt-hour
during the peak hours of 7 a.
3279 per kilowatt-hour
of electricity generated by solar powered equipment with load capacity higher than 10 kilowatts, and NT$8.
12 cents per kilowatt-hour
for the first year of operations, slated to start in 2012.
Robins Air Force Base has agreed to purchase 3 percent of its annual kilowatt-hour
consumption, or 9.
You've set your budget for the year, but, like a cold wind blowing across the western plains, your electricity supplier socks you with a two-cent increase per kilowatt-hour
which translates to a whopping 30-40% percent increase in your total energy costs.
Divide the kilowatt-hours
by the hourly cost found on the monthly electric bill to determine the tons produced per kilowatt-hour
usage differs based on factors such as availability of natural gas for heating and number of homes occupied only part of the year.
5 cents a kilowatt-hour
, an increase that will raise the average homeowner's bimonthly electric bill by $25.
As little as five years ago, solar electricity cost more than 50 cents a kilowatt-hour
(a measure of the energy needed to run a 1,000-watt appliance--say, a blowdryer--for one hour).
For instance, the commercial rate was 28 cents per kilowatt-hour
compared to four cents per kilowatt-hour
in other rural areas.