Energy Charge

Energy Charge
  That part of an electricity bill that is based on the amount of electrical energy consumed or supplied.
  The amount of money owed by an electric customer for kilowatt-hours consumed.
  That portion of the charge for electric service based upon the electric energy (kWh) consumed or billed.
  U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary
  The amount of money owed by an electric customer for kilowatt-hours consumed.
  California Energy Comission. Dictionary of Energy Terms

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