How To Calculate Your Electricity Bill Easily

Calculate Your Electricity Bill in 1 min by Simple Calculation.

How To Calculate Your Electricity Bill Easily

How To Calculate Your Electricity Bill Easily

It is very easy to calculate the electricity bill and tariff for Electrical Engineering Students but, it makes confusion for non-technical people that concern about their electric charges from the electricity service providers.

Below are a simple example and calculation of the electricity bill. If you pick this, You will be able to calculate your electricity bill very easily.


Suppose, a consumer consumes 1000 watts load per hour daily for one month. Calculate The Total Energy bill of the consumer if per unit rate is 9 (In $, £, €, INR, Rs, DHR, Riyal, etc) [Take 1 month = 30 Days].


1unit = 1kWh.

So Total kWh = 1000 Watts x 24 Hrs x 30 Days = 720000 watts/hour.

we Want to convert it into Units, Where is 1unit = 1kWh.

So total Consumed units. 720000/1000 (k=kilo=1000).

Total Units = 720.

The cost per unit is 9.

So total Cost or Electricity bill= 720 x 9 = 6480. (In $, £, €, INR, Rs, DHR, Riyal, etc). You have Done 🙂

Good To Know:

A question is raised that why we multiplied it by 24 although the daily rate is given. Not that It is not Daily Rates, It’s the rate of Per Unit Where 1 unit = 1 kWh (Also Called 1 =B.T.U = Board of Trade Unit).

for instance, If you switched ON a 1000 watt bulb for 1 hour, It means you consumed 1000 watts for an hour i.e. (1000 watts for 1 hour = 1kWh = 1 unit of Energy). So if the rate of the unit is $5, then you will pay 5 Dollars as a bill for your bulb which consumed 1kWh = 1 unit of electricity.

Isn’t it easy to calculate your electricity bill? Let me know in the below comment box if you face any problem regard your electricity bill calculation or want to know more about your costume (home, residential or commercial electricity bill.

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