Originally Posted by Shiloh
I know it stands for kilowatt hour but thats about all I know. I'm looking for a place to park my AS on a long term basis and this particular RV park charges 17 cents per kwh. I have no idea what this means but it sounds like it could really add up. I dont plan on using a ton of electricity but I will be using the AC and it gets pretty hot. Can someone tell me what this means? Ballpark or highest to lowest? Also what if it was 10, 12, 14 cents?
At my stick house I am presently paying around 11 cents per kwh although the heat and A/C are at a lower 6 cent rate. The rates vary from place to place. Mine would be lower if I lived 2 miles north.
With just the converter you'll probably only use a few kwh a day but with the water heater and air conditioning you could hit 20-30 kwh, maybe a little more on a hot day.