To work out how much your electricity costs, you need to know the rate for your service contract.
The Domestic Rate (D) consists of two prices for electricity, in addition to the fixed charge per day.
The first price, 5.68¢/kWh, applies to the first 30 kilowatthours consumed per day, multiplied by the number of days in the consumption period. If your bill covers a 60-day consumption period, you will pay 5.68¢/kWh for up to 1,800 kWh.
The second price, 8.60¢/kWh, applies to the remaining energy consumed.