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a unit of energy equal to the work done by a power of 1000 watts operating for one hour

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BEIRUT: Generator subscribers will pay LL407 ($0.27) per kilowatt-hour for April, a hair higher that March's rate of LL405, a statement from the Energy Ministry said Thursday.
For residential customers the price will fall to 7.039 cents per kilowatt-hour from the current 7.449 cents per kilowatt-hour.
'The reimposition of the VAT on wheeling charges will translate to 7 centavos per kilowatt-hour,' Meralco's Fernandez said.
People who have already ordered vehicles with 90 kilowatt-hour packs, could upgrade to the larger pack for $10,000.
Recent trends include increasing rates 11 times in 16 years (five kilowatt-hour increases and six basic charge increases).
"The prevailing industrial tariff for December was about Rs 11.60 per kilowatt-hour," he said adding that an announcement of reduction of Rs 3 per kilowatt-hour will bring it down to below Rs 9 per kilowatt-hour, in line with the electricity tariff of competitors in the region.
Michael Aziz, a professor of materials and energy technologies at Harvard University, who led the work, says the quinones will cut the cost of energy storage materials down to just $27 per kilowatt-hour. Combined with other recent advances that have brought down costs for the rest of the system, he says, this could put the DOE target in reach.
Arizona Public Service recently added a monthly fee to customers with rooftop solar of 70 cents per kilowatt-hour, which was substantially lower than the original proposal.
Therefore, the starting rate of 9 cents per kilowatt-hour would escalates in year 20 to 11 cents per kilowatt-hour, representing an overall 32.6 percent increase over the life of the agreement, according to Beacon Integrated Solutions.
Refrigeration controls offering verifiable kilowatt-hour savings, along with a user-friendly interface, unleash new opportunities and have gained the attention of utility companies in several states, which offer aggressive financial incentives to permanently reduce electricity demand from commercial refrigeration systems.
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 9, 2011-FirstEnergy Solutions announces new low electric price of USD0.06.95 per kilowatt-hour in Penelec's service territory(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Suppose coal produces electricity at a cost of $0.06 per kilowatt-hour, while solar power costs $0.16/kilowatt-hour.
According to the Electricity Transmission Company of Turkey (TEIAS), electricity consumption in April 2010 was recorded as 16.2 billion kilowatt-hour (kWh) while in April 2009 electricity consumption was recorded as 14.8 billion kilowatt-hour (kWh).
A recent report by RWI, an independent German economics think tank, noted that the solar electricity feed-in tariff--59 cents per kilowatt-hour in 2009--is more than eight times higher than the wholesale electricity price and more than four times the feed-in tariff paid for electricity produced by on-shore wind turbines.
The Bureau of Energy of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) recently announced that the government will subsidize consumers NT$9.027-9.3279 per kilowatt-hour of electricity generated by solar powered equipment with load capacity higher than 10 kilowatts, and NT$8.1234 for per kilowatt-hour and NT$50,000 (US$1,515 at US$1:NT$33) with load capacity between one kilowatt and 10 kilowatts.