Discussion in 'NORECO II Announcements' started by NORECO II, Nov 16, 2018.
Unbundled rates for November
(RSS generated with FetchRss)
$0.30 cents per kwh? That's freakin' highway robbery.
How do you get 30 cents? It looks like it's 10 pesos/kWh. Wouldn't that be 20 cents? Not saying it's not expensive, just wondering if I'm reading it wrong. The most expensive in the US is 33 cents/kWh in Hawaii. Paradise isn't cheap.
Edit: Never mind, I see it, you added the fixed charges to the power costs.
10 pesos = 0.189 USD
I don't think the rate is all that bad considering Noreco provides service to thousands of people that only buy 25 or 30 kwh per month.
When I lived in Canada my electric bill was $750 CAD per month. NO I did not have a grow op. Electric baseboard heaters na lang.
Do they not add together to come out to a total of P15/kwh?
My bill is usually for 500 kwh and totals 5000 pesos. If math is really true that's 10 pesos per kwh.
Better watch your decimal points. Hawaii would be 33 cents US, not 0.33 cents. Here it is about 10 php or 20 cents US. USA is typically about half the Philippine cost for some reason, about 10 cents US.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Hence the never mind edit.
Yeah, just wanted to make sure it wasn't confused with a peso.
The plot thickens..........how come your experience differs from the Noreco documentation?