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YOU CAN SAVE SOME MONEY BY KNOWING MORE ABOUT YOUR ELECTRICITY TARIFFS

We remember our London days vividly. We had certain habits that might seem strange to you. We would load the washing machine after midnight and run the cycle then. We would charge our batteries at that time too. Do you know that in certain cities, there is an electric tariff? That means that electricity is cheaper after a certain time. This is to encourage people to use electricity at a time when the offices are not using it, so as to prevent an overload. You contribute to the environment like this by being green too.

You can save some money or if not a substantial amount over the year if you can effectively tap into the cheaper bracket of your electricity tariff. We have been urging Mr Washy to do so. He lives in a climate country and it is dark 3 quarters of the year. So why not learn about a cheaper tariff bracket and make use of it? The savings could buy him a weekend trip to somewhere near.

BASIS OF ELECTRICITY RATES by Wikipedia
Electricity "tariffs" (a term that implies a certain market structure, generally that of a regulated monopoly) vary all over the map, even within a single region or power-district of a single country. In standard regulated monopoly markets, they typically vary for residential, business and industrial customers, and for any single class, might vary by time-of-day or by the capacity or nature of the supply circuit (e.g., 5 kW, 12kW, 18 kW, 24 kW are typical in some of the large developed countries); for industrial customers, single-phase vs. 3-phase, etc. If a specific market allows real-time dynamic pricing, a more recent option in few markets to date, prices can vary by a factor of ten or so.

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