How much is electricity per kWh in the United Kingdom?

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The cost of electricity in the UK is between 7p and 21p per KWH. This, however, depends on the type of use and location of the building. Furthermore, large businesses are able to negotiate for a price as low as 2p to 4p per KWH.
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