An electric utility’s bills are not always the most straightforward.
There’s the monthly payment, the annual bill, the cost of repairs and maintenance, the value of the electricity it uses and the cost per kilowatt-hour of electricity produced.
The average Australian household pays about $250 per year to use an electricity utility.
This means they pay $1.24 per kWh for each kilowatts they consume.
But that’s only the electricity consumed in the month, so you’ll also pay $2.48 for each day you use it.
To keep things simple, we’ll be looking at the average electricity bills of a typical household.
In the last financial year, we used a different utility, which is the ANZ.
This was a company that was sold in 2011, and was sold for $3.5 billion.
The ANZ, like most utilities, offers electricity rates based on its customers’ demand.
So, it offers the following electricity rates:The ANTEL: $1 a month, or $0.24 for every kilowatthour for the year, or 0.18 cents a kilowattery.
It’s a variable rate, meaning that you can increase or decrease the price of electricity as much as you like, and if you do, the difference will be charged to you.
The ANTSEC: $2 a month or $2 for every kilometre per year, whichever is less.
That’s a fixed rate, and it’s a bit more expensive than a variable one.
The AWACS: $4 a month for the same amount of electricity, or 1.7 cents a kWh for the entire year.
This is a variable variable rate that changes with demand.
You can also choose between a fixed variable rate and variable variable rates, which are based on your electricity consumption and will be adjusted by the electricity utility based on how much electricity you consume.
A variable variable variable is one where you can set your price based on when the electricity usage increases, rather than the amount of power you consume over the course of a year.
So, if you use about 100 kWh a month and you consume 100 kWh over the whole year, you’ll get a variable, variable variable.
You’ll also get a fixed, variable fixed variable.
As we’ll see in a moment, if your electricity usage falls by 10 per cent over the year (which would normally be around 10 per per cent of your total use), then your variable variable will go down by a factor of two, while the variable variable’s price will go up.
For the AWACSD, the variable rate is $4.90 a month.
The variable variable standard rate is what you get for the first 10 years of your electricity supply, and is variable at all times.
The variable standard is also the lowest variable rate you can use.
The AWACSS: $8.50 a month (variable) or $9.90 (variable variable).
The variable standard variable rate comes with a fixed annual rate of $10.30, and can be adjusted up or down as you see fit.
Finally, the standard variable standard, also known as the variable standard standard variable, has a fixed maximum annual rate at $8 a year, which can be increased or decreased as you need to.
We’ve rounded up the prices for each of these utilities, and shown how they vary depending on how you use the electricity.
We’ve also added in a little more information for you to see what it might be like to pay your electricity bill.
Let’s look at some of the big electricity bills in Australia, and compare them to those of other countries.
Australia’s Electricity Market, by Year (AUD)Electricity Market, 2014Electricity market in Australia (in millions of dollars)Average prices of electricity (AUD per kWh)Average electricity bills (AUD for the full year)Average wholesale prices of Australian electricity (AU cents per kWh, AU cents per kilogram, AU dollars per kilo)Average retail prices of household electricity (per cent of the cost)Average residential wholesale prices (AUD cents per year)Electric utility electricity ratesAverage wholesale electricity billsAverage residential electricity bills, 2016Electricity utility wholesale electricity rates, 2016The above table shows the electricity prices for all of Australia.
As you can see, the prices in the table are fairly similar, with the only notable differences being the prices of wholesale and retail electricity prices.
Electricity prices are not the only thing that you’ll pay for in Australia.
There are a number of other things you’ll have to pay for, including:Power transmission tariffsPower transmission ratesFor electricity customers, these are the rates charged to power generators and transmission lines.
They’re a very complex and often opaque process that’s difficult to understand.
You might also find that some transmission rates are more expensive for generators than they are for other kinds of power.
The table below shows the average power transmission rates