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## How many kWh does a house use per day?

30 kWh

The average U.S. home uses about 900 kWh per month. So that's **30 kWh per day** or 1.25 kWh per hour.

## How many kWh per day is normal in winter?

The winter average is **706 kWh** — over 200 kWh more than in the summer. The average winter bill works out to be about $105. If you are concerned about your bill, there are things you can do to reduce your usage and make sure your bill doesn't rise as the temperature drops.

## How many kWh does a fridge use per day?

Multiply your refrigerator's demand of 805 watts by 8 hours to get 6,440 watts per day. Divide that amount by 1,000 to get **6.44 kilowatt-hours**. The average American is charged 12 cents per kWh, so you can assume that your fridge could cost you 77 cents per day or $23.10 per month for electricity.

## What is a good kWh rate?

(cents per kWh for the latest month available)

State | Average Electric Rate: May 2021 | $ Monthly Electricity Cost |
---|---|---|

California | 21.43 |
$192.23 |

Colorado | 12.14 | $108.90 |

Connecticut | 21.29 | $190.97 |

District Of Columbia | 12.26 | $109.97 |

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## What uses the most electricity in a home?

**Here's a breakdown of the biggest energy use categories in the typical home:**

- Air conditioning and heating: 46 percent.
- Water heating: 14 percent.
- Appliances: 13 percent.
- Lighting: 9 percent.
- TV and Media Equipment: 4 percent.

## How much watts does a AC use?

Large, portable AC units can consume about **4,100 watts hourly**, while mid-sized air conditioners use around 2,900 watts each hour. A large window AC uses up to 1,440 watts, a medium one uses 900 watts, and a small model uses about 500 watts.

## How much does 1 kWh per hour cost?

The average electricity rate is **12.52 cents per kilowatt hour** (kWh). The average price a residential customer in the United States pays for electricity is 13.31 cents per kWh.