Originally Posted by Ithanul
Dang, and I thought Cali's rate was high. Though, I do miss Alabama's rate, and the fact the electricity only ever went out during extremely bad thunderstorms caused by hurricanes. Seems out here in Cali the power goes out during the most oddest times. Though, it probably because most places around here keep it ridiculous cold inside compared to outside Spring and Summer temps. I just don't get why it has to be 65F inside a dang building when it only 80F outside. Than again, I consider anything below 75F cold.
To dang use to Alabama 115F with 80+ humidity.
You'd hate it up here then... Six to eight months of the year we're below zero
....And I wear shorts when windchills are above 23F or so. Yes I said ~SHORTS~. Then again, I'm just a crazy delivery driver
On the current topic of power costs, I think I pay about $0.085 per kWh through Epcor. I used to be with Enmax, and raw electricity was indeed cheaper ($0.07/kWh fixed rate), but for the same amount of power usage the bill was usually $45-50 CAD ~MORE~ than an equivalent amount of electricity from Epcor thanks to Enmax tacking on an insane amount of fees (like... 70% of my bills were admin fees!)