The average residential cost of electricity in British Columbia is $0.126 per kWh, or $126 per month, assuming an average monthly usage of 1,000 kWh. This is up from $0.124 per kWh, or $124 per month in 2020. We used the tiered residential rates from BC Hydro and Fortis BC to calculate prices in BC.
How much electricity in BC is hydro?
BC Hydros various facilities generate between 43,000 and 54,000 gigawatt hours of electricity annually, depending on prevailing water levels. BC Hydros nameplate capacity is about 11,000 megawatts.
What is the average electricity bill?
The average monthly electricity bill in the US is $114.44. If your average electric bill seems higher than ever before, thats because it is!
What appliance uses the most electricity?
Here are the top ten most common residential appliances listed in order of energy consumption:Dryer: 75 kWh/month.Oven Range: 58 kWh/month.Lighting 4-5 room household: 50 kWh/month.Dishwasher: 30 kWh/month.Television: 27 kWh/month.Microwave: 16 kWh/month.Washing Machine: 9 kWh/month.More items •Jan 3, 2017