How Much Does It Cost to Boil a Kettle?

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The approximate cost of boiling a kettle, based on a rate of 8.9p per kwh and a 1.5 litre kettle, the cost is 33p. For further information visit www.ukenergy.co.uk
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1 Additional Answer
The average kettle holds about 1.5 pints of water. It takes about 2 minutes and 15 seconds to boil a kettle of water, at a cost of 10p/KWh. This means that the kettle would use about 0.9 KWh. Therefore, it costs 0.9p to boil a kettle of water.
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