Electricity Calculator - Estimate Your Electric Bill Price
Electricity price calculator
Using the electric calculator is very easy. Just enter the estimated annual electricity consumption (kWh) and the electricity calculator will calculate the electricity price for you. The electricity calculator helps you make informed choices when comparing electricity companies and monitoring the electricity price. pörssisähkön hinnan seurannassa.
Electricity calculator - Disclaimer
Please note that the electricity consumption estimates calculated by the electricity calculator are only indicative averages. The actual consumption is influenced by your own consumption habits, the building technology used in your apartment and household appliances. The actual electricity transfer price is locality-specific.
With the electricity calculator, you can find the best electricity contracts
With the electricity calculator, you can easily compare the prices of different electricity contracts and find the most suitable option for you. The electricity calculator takes into account your electricity consumption and shows you the costs of contracts offered by different electricity suppliers.
You can compare different options based on their prices, contract terms and possible benefits. This way you can find the best possible electricity contract for yourself and save money on your electricity bills at the same time.
kWh to euros — kWh price calculator
An electricity calculator will help you calculate your electricity consumption, which you can use to convert the kilowatt hours you use into clear figures in euros. It is your responsibility to pay attention to the price of the different electricity contracts when you compare your electricity contract.
We have listed all the most reliable electricity companies in Finland so that it would be as easy as possible for you to find a new electricity contract. If you consume a lot of electricity, in order to save money, you can check on our website what is the current best electricity contract and also check out the best electricity saving tips.
How to calculate the kWh price?
The price of electricity consumption (kWh) is calculated by multiplying the consumption and the price per kilowatt hour.
As an example: Using one 40-watt light bulb for 24 hours consumes (40 / 1000) * 24) = 0.96kWh. When the price of electricity is 15 cents per kWh, the euro value of 0.96kWh is 0.144EUR.
What is the difference between kilowatt hour and kilowatt?
A kilowatt (1000 watts) is a unit of power used to express the power of a device. Kilowatt hour is used to understand how much energy devices use during an hour.
For example, a 1300 watt washing machine consumes 1.3 kWh of energy during one hour.