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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He said that the electric bill for Landhi Slaugther House will be paid by the contractor under an agreement.
He said that the KMC will henceforth not pay the electric bill for any of its residential facility and separate electric meters will be installed for every apartment or residential facility.
"Don't give out your account number or electric bill unless you're sure you want to sign up for an offer," English said.
'We can lessen or even eliminate our electric bill and kapag less ang usage ng [electricity] meaning less din ang need ng utility company na i-burn na fossil fuels and coals,' she explained.
Summary: Pennsylvania resident shocked to receive her electric bill with a balance of $284 billion
A Pennsylvania woman says she went online to check her electric bill and was stunned at the amount - more than $284 billion.
For example, the report shows that in 2015, the average monthly commercial electric bill in New Hampshire was $529, compared to the $670 U.S.
The couple, in their mid-40s with six children, say they rarely play the lottery and only hoped to win enough to cover an outstanding electric bill of 4,000 shekels ($1,080).
When McCuen arrived, he learned that the family was more than $ 1,000 behind on their electric bill payments, even after making monthly payments ranging from $200 to $300.
The utility said if new rates are approved for the six-month period starting May 1, an average electric bill will drop 26 percent, or about $32, for a residential customer using 500 kilowatts per month.