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Old 12-03-2014, 08:09 AM   #15
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A campground that owns and reads the meters will charge whatever they want per KWH.
Not so. Every one of the 50 states regulates the sale of electric power and businesses other than electric utilities are not allowed to re-sell power at a profit. They can recover their costs for reading meters and billing, but they cannot arbitrarily set the kilowatt rate above what they pay.
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Old 12-04-2014, 04:25 PM   #16
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We're presently at the Garden of the gods RV resort in Colorado Springs, CO. They charge $0.10 per KWH on monthly rentals.
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In south-central Texas my electric this past summer ran about 150-170 per month. That was with 2 A/C's running from noon to 6pm. rest of the day a single A/C. fridge was on electric. HWH was on gas only. only othwr electric appliance was the toaster/convection oven. That said, it really depends how much you run the A/C's which are the biggest summer consumption.
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