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  1. Bradley6969
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    Bradley6969 Regular EF Member

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    Got various types of meters, some that show available balance like KWH available and some that show £££ available, it’s 0.11p for 1 KWH

    How would I go about converting the KWH to ££
    And ££ to KWH
    So I have a figure for both
    Thanks
     
  2. Archy Styrigg
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    Archy Styrigg Forum Mentor

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    kWh -> £ is xyz.ab kWh x £0.11
    £ -> kWh is £lsd.pq / £0.11
     
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  3. Bradley6969
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    Bradley6969 Regular EF Member

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    I’m lost?
     
  4. Bradley6969
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    Bradley6969 Regular EF Member

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    Can you elaborate with some numbers please hahahahahaha
     
  5. Richard Burns
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    Richard Burns Respected Member

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    1 kWh is £0.11
    2 kWh is £0.22
    3 kWh is £0.33
    256 kWh is (0.11*256)=£28.16

    £0.11 is 1 kWh
    £0.44 is 4 kWh
    £8.25 is (8.25/0.11) = 75 kWh
     
  6. Bradley6969
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    Bradley6969 Regular EF Member

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    Thanks mate made that so easy thought it was harder than
     
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    basically a 1kW load is going to cost 11p/hour (or whatever your suppliers rate /kwh is) to run. for 2kW it's 22p/hour, ad infinitum, pro rata. 1kW = 4.2A . bear in mind that loads like immersion heaters etc., have thermostats and so will not be drawing power 24/7.
     
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