Electric blue bill will go on sale in the US on Monday, the most affordable electric bill in the country, according to a new study.
Electric blue bill price is expected to be around $130 for an 80-inch (200cm) screen and a $10 fee per bill, according the American Electric Power Association (AEP).
This means that the price of a single, high-capacity charger will run $1,150 per month, or about $2,100 per year, according a report from AEP.
“The new bill will cost about $20 per month for consumers in the U.S. and Canada,” AEP CEO David Helfand said in a statement.
“For the rest of the world, the new electric bill will fall between $60 and $90 per month.
The new bill is also the least expensive in the world.
That is a huge step in the right direction.”AEP’s report, based on data from data provider Citi, found that the average household spends $1.834 on electric bills in the United States, according ToData.
That compares to an average annual spending of $3,700 for consumers across the world for the same year.
But the report also found that, in some markets, consumers are paying more than $2.3 billion in total for their electricity bills.
The study also found the average annual cost of electricity in the UK was $2 per megawatt hour, or more than 10 times higher than the US.
The new high-speed charger will be a first for the US, where it will be available in 2019.
The bill will include features such as wireless charging, an extra charge and data plan.