Extrapolate Energy Costs

Simple calculator for estimating the electrical energy costs for a certain amount to generate or consume. Simply enter a price for a unit of energy, as well as power and time or the energy to be calculated or the energy costs.
The factor is used to multiply the running time, for example to calculate the costs for 10 days from the costs for one day.

Energy price:cents per
Time:d h m s
Energy costs:€ or $

Multiplied with the factor : € or $

Example: the generally cheapest form of energy is solar power from photovoltaic ground-mounted systems. If such a device can generate electricity for 5 cents per kilowatt hour (kWh), then the costs to generate 75 megawatt hours (MWh) are 3750 $.

Example 2: If you run the kettle at 2000 watts for 5 minutes, then with an electricity price of 35 cents per kilowatt hour it costs around 6 cents. If you do this for a month (30 days), you'll have to pay $1.75.

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