Calculate the monthly electric bill, Electrical Engineering

Calculate the monthly electric bill for TESTU.  Metering is as follows:

B00,000 kWHr

C00,000   kVARHr

D0,000        kW  peak demand

Facilities Charge = $500/mo.

Energy charge = .035 kWHr

Demand Charge = $10/kW

Power Factor  = $.003/kVARHr

 

 

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