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## How is electric meter usage calculated?

Calculating Energy Usage

Once you have both figures, simply **subtract your current reading from the previous month’s reading**. This will give you the kilowatt-hours used. If your electric company charges 10 cents per kWh, then 1,000 times 10 cents (or . 10) equals a $100 bill for energy usage.

## How is electricity calculated in the Philippines?

**Divide the device’s watt-hours by 1,000** to convert it to kilowatts, which is the unit of measurement used in a Meralco bill. In the example above, 1,000 watt-hours divided by 1,000 is equal to 1 kWh consumption per day.

## How much does 1 kWh of electricity cost in the Philippines?

Philippines, March 2021: The price of electricity is **0.173 U.S. Dollar per kWh for households** and 0.113 U.S. Dollar for businesses which includes all components of the electricity bill such as the cost of power, distribution and taxes.

## What is the formula for calculating electricity cost?

How to calculate how much it costs to use an appliance: Once you know what tariff you are on, you need to **multiply the amount of kWh an appliance uses by the energy rate (c/kWh) applicable to your tariff and divide by 100** to get to the Rand value.

## How is EB bill calculated?

For 0 to 200 units, for the first 100 unit the per unit cost is zero and the next 100 units, the consumer shall pay ₹ 1.5 per unit. For 0 to 500 units, the consumer shall pay ₹ 0 for the first 100 units, for the next 100 units the consumer shall pay ₹ 2 per unit, for the next 300 units the unit cost is ₹3.00/-