How do you calculate price per share

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If you enter your monthly consumption in thousands of cubic feet, you'll get a more accurate estimate. If you enter dollars, our calculations assume that you pay $10.68/thousand cubic feet.

If you enter your average kilowatt-hours, you'll get a more accurate estimate. If you enter dollars, our calculations assume that you pay 11.9 cents/kWh.

5,384 pounds of CO2 is about average for a household of one person over a year.

If you enter your average monthly fuel oil use in gallons, you'll get a more accurate estimate. If you enter dollars, our calculations assume that you pay $4.02/gallon.

4,848 pounds of CO2 is about average for a household of one person over a year.

If you enter your monthly propane use in gallons, you'll get a more accurate estimate. If you enter dollars, our calculations assume that you pay $2.47/gallon.

2,243 pounds of CO2 is about average for a household of one person over a year.

Green power is a type of renewable energy that comes from resources and technologies that

provide the most environmental benefit. Learn more about Green Power and Green Power products in your state .

On average, green power costs roughly 2 cents per kWh more than conventional power.

Even though it's a gas, CO2 is measured in units of mass such as pounds, kilograms, and tons. Below are some useful comparisons to put CO2 emissions in context*:
  • 100 lb of CO2 = emissions from burning 5 gallons of gasoline
  • 500 lb of CO2 = emissions from burning 244 pounds of coal
  • 1,000 lb of CO2 = emissions from burning 1.1 barrels of oil
*Equivalents are from EPA's Greenhouse Gas Equivalencies Calculator

A programmable thermostat can automate turning up the A/C for you. To learn more, visit the Department of Energy's Programmable Thermostats page.

You can only calculate savings for your A/C thermostat if you have input your current electricity usage in the section above.

A programmable thermostat can automate turning down the heat for you. To learn more, visit the Department of Energy's Programmable Thermostats page.

Source: www3.epa.gov

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