|reply to Mr Matt |
Re: If Power Company is allowed to price the same as ISP's!
said by Mr Matt:Actually they do. It is just not metered. Your utility purchases the power that is consumed in their system at a certain rate. Your billing rate per kwh is then based on that cost to your utility plus some fixed overhead. Someone pays that cost of transmission loses and it is not the utility company otherwise they would lose money.
Residential electric customers do not pay for transformer losses.