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Using the power consumption of an Car Refrigerator, you can calculate the electricity cost per hour of use. Here is the formula.
electric bill:
= Power consumption per hour (kW) x Hours of use (hours) x Unit price per kWh (USD/kWh)
= Power consumption per hour (W) ÷ 1000 x Hours of use (hours) x Unit price per kWh (USD/kWh)
* Since the power consumption per hour written on electrical appliances is displayed in W, when converting W to kW, power consumption (W) ÷ 1000
For example, an Car Refrigerator with 50W power consumption
The theoretical electricity cost per hour is:
50 (W) ÷ 1,000 x 1 hour (usage time) x 27 USD (electricity rate unit price) = 1.35 USD
After 1 day of continuous use:
1.35 USD x 24 hours = 32.4 USD
*1 kW = 1,000 W, so divide by 1,000.
* Calculations are based on an electricity rate unit price of $27.00/kWh (rounded down to the third decimal place).