June 2022 Electric Bill

Chuckie

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Where does the information about the $10 monthly fee come from? I don't believe there is a monthly fee for AMB plan, it would have to show on the billing statement and doesn't.

This is how OG&E calculates the AMB bill, I suppose "any current charges" COULD mean fees, but more likely means late fees, reconnect charges, etc. Those would have to be itemized on the bill, in any case.

>>For Average Monthly Billing (AMB), we total your electric bills for the previous 11 months, any current charges, and your current month electric bill are added together; and then divide that total by 12 to determine average monthly bill. Each month, we recalculate the total, using the same formula, so your average may vary slightly month to month.<<
IIRC there was a $10./mo 'Service fee' listed on each bill, which dropped off when I went off the averaging program. That 'Fee' being the reason that I left the program.
 

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I'm on OG&E, billing period from mid-month to mid-month.
Jun/jul 21 we used almost the same amount of kwh as jun/jul 22.

The cost went up 30%.

The time-of-use pricing at OGE went up 40% from 2020 to 2022: the cheapest price went from 5¢/kwh to 7¢/kwh.

We are maintaining just over 10¢/kwh average for all power used.

I precool the house to 71° from 1000 hours until 1400 hours, then the AC does not come back on until 1900 hours. It will get up to about 80° or so, but I'm not paying 43¢/kwh.

Normally cool to 76°, heat to about 65°.
 

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For my abode in AZ, June was $384; July and August were/will be close to $600; if used, an average would be about $400. Water is about $300 in the summer when irrigating (acre lot) and $125 average. Propane is about $20 on average, per month. My OK (barn only) June bill was $19 for the few days I was there installing a feeder.
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