The amount of money owed by an electric customer for kilowatt-hours consumed.
The expected cost of wholesale power purchased by Midwest Energy for wholesale power suppliers on behalf of its customers. When this charge is different than the average actual cost for power paid to the wholesale suppliers, the Energy Cost Adjustment acts as a correction factor to ensure that Midwest Energy collects no more than it actually pays for wholesale power over time.
Means any charge that is levied on a per kWh basis (i.e., measured in terms of a monetary charge per kWh). Revenues a utility receives from energy charges are, therefore, sensitive to the number of kWh sold.
The portion of the charge for electric service based upon the electric energy (kilowatt hours) consumed or billed.
or Electric Charge - The charge for the electricity used by an electric customer during the billing period, measured in kilowatt-hours.
That portion of the billed charge for electric service based upon the electric energy ( kilowatt-hours) used by the customer over some extended time period.
An amount equal to the electricity usage (kWh) multiplied by your rate, in addition to the Power Fuel Factor and Power Cost Factor. This is only one component of the bill you pay. Instead, you pay the Total Amount Due.
That portion of the charge for electric service based upon the electric energy (kWh) consumed or billed.
That part of an electricity bill that is based on the amount of electrical energy consumed or supplied.
The Energy Charge is used to recover the variable costs connected with generation plant operation. KCPL uses three declining energy block kWh charges which are based on fixed Hours of Use. There are Summer and Winter Season energy charges.
The part of an electric bill based on the amount of electricity used.
The measure of the relative amounts of ATP, ADP, and AMP in the cell. It is the degree to which the system is filled with high-energy phosphate groups. If all of the nucleotide was in the form of ATP, the energy charge of the cell would be 1.0. If everything was in the form of AMP, the energy charge would be 0. Most cells have an energy charge between 0.85 and 0.95. See also: ATP
The cost of electricity or natural gas energy used by a utility customer. The energy charge equals the amount of electricity or natural gas used by the customer times the electric or natural gas rate.
That portion of the bill for electricity service based on the energy consumed or billed, typically expressed in kilowatthours. The commodity charge.
Many reactions in metabolism are controlled by the energy status of the cell. One index of the energy status is the energy charge, which is proportional to the mole fraction of ATP plus half the mole fraction of ADP, given that ATP contains two anhydride bonds whereas ADP contains one.