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a unit of energy equal to the power of one watt operating for one hour

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Earnings for 2008 reflected the effect of a full year of interim rate relief received primarily late last year, partially offset by lower kilowatthour sales and higher operation and depreciation expenses.
The positive impact of rate relief for all three utilities and accrual of DSM incentives resulted in an increase in net income despite lower kilowatthour sales and higher O&M and depreciation expenses," said Lau.
The impacts of higher kilowatthour sales for the fourth quarter were more than offset by higher other operation, maintenance, and depreciation expenses," said Lau.
Officials would not say, however, if the increase would be substantial enough, or reach as much as P1 per kilowatthour, noting that they are still assessing the actual impact.
0891 per kilowatthour for residential customers of VECO.
Every kilowatthour generated by wind avoids a kilowatthour generated by another source, which on the New England grid is generally natural gas or oil fired during the peak periods when wind generation is at its height.
Meralco said overall rates would go down by 19 centavos per kilowatthour in December due to an improved power generation.
Customers pay a premium for the renewable resources of just over four cents per kilowatthour.
19 per kilowatthour (kWh) in December for a typical household consuming 200 kWh.
Average residential-sector revenues per kilowatthour in the continental United States ranged from a high of 14.
The combined effect on residential customers' monthly bills will vary according to use, ranging from a 23 cent decrease for a 500 kilowatthour bill to a $2.
0406 per kilowatthour (kWh) in FIT allowance for 2014 and 2015, which will be paid by all consumers.
10 per kilowatthour decrease in distribution charges for the second half of 2014 due to an annual regulatory review in rates that kicked in July.
14 per kilowatthour (kWh) from the previous estimate of about P0.
Better-than-expected kilowatthour sales at our utilities, strong asset quality at our bank and lower expenses at the holding company in the first quarter of 2004 increased earnings by 27% compared with the same quarter last year," said Robert F.