My OG&E bill for February!!

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Was 134.22 that’s about $12.00 more then January.
Hats off to the utility company and the OCC. I will post my Oklahoma Natural Gas bill when it arrives. I am predicting an increase. As to how much?
It will be revealed.
 

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Was 134.22 that’s about $12.00 more then January.
Hats off to the utility company and the OCC. I will post my Oklahoma Natural Gas bill when it arrives. I am predicting an increase. As to how much?
It will be revealed.
My OG&E bill was $118 but I've got one of their average billing deals setup so it's $118 every month. I activated that after realizing my bill fluctuated from $80 to $200+ between winter and summer...
 

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Was 134.22 that’s about $12.00 more then January.
Hats off to the utility company and the OCC. I will post my Oklahoma Natural Gas bill when it arrives. I am predicting an increase. As to how much?
It will be revealed.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission let OG&E hold back on trying to recover the $1.2 Billion via billing right away and allowed them time to figure out how to recover that $1.2 billion for Feb. It will be interesting to see how they attempt to recover it in the future.
 

AshlandFlash

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My CREC bill ran from January 14 to February 13. :eek: That means the bill in April is going to be the ugly one.
 

osupsycho

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My electric bill ran through 2/20 and caught almost all of the event. It usually is around $200-300 and was over $700. I am all electric though so that is the whole hit to me at least. Note that does not include any rate increases, just how much more electric I used during this event.
 
Sep 12, 2008
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Hopefully all my stuff being on average billing will at least soften the blow and spread it out over the next several months.
My electric bills are averaged, but not my gas. Never had to do it before now. I wonder if I can switch now. :)
 

osupsycho

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Still won't top my worst electric bill though. A few years ago I had a snake get into my outside condenser and short circuit the board while electrocuting himself. It ended up causing the condenser to not shut off and run solid for a couple of weeks, which of course I did not realize it. My bill was nearly 10x the normal amount, over $1500. It costs a lot more than the actual condenser fix and taught me to keep an eye (and ear) on that stuff more closely.
 
Sep 29, 2011
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My energy bill was $2220. Sucks.


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How much is it usually?
$2,000ish from Dec-Feb. I do have about 2,500 sqft of heated driveway, patios and decks. Also heat tape on large sections of the roof.

The good news is I have 24 solar panels that give me a credit against my electricity use. February credit was $3.42. Awesome!

FYI, I live in Colorado at 10k feet.


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$2,000ish from Dec-Feb. I do have about 2,500 sqft of heated driveway, patios and decks. Also heat tape on large sections of the roof.

The good news is I have 24 solar panels that give me a credit against my electricity use. February credit was $3.42. Awesome!


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You lost all our sympathy right there.
 
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$2,000ish from Dec-Feb. I do have about 2,500 sqft of heated driveway, patios and decks. Also heat tape on large sections of the roof.

The good news is I have 24 solar panels that give me a credit against my electricity use. February credit was $3.42. Awesome!


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You lost all our sympathy right there.
Who likes shoveling snow?


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oks10

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Who likes shoveling snow?


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I tell you what, I sure learned my back doesn't with that last storm... lol. No dumber feeling than throwing out your back for a couple of days from shoveling snow that completely melted 3 days later...

Honestly, I'm considering getting a blower or something before next winter. Worst case it just sits in the garage not getting used. Best case scenario I have the cleanest driveway on the block after every snow. :lol: