Date          Meter     kWh     DHH    Daily cost    Daily kWh/DHH
1/6/05         280                               
1/7/05         302        22        35        $1.43        0.63
1/8/05         325        23        35        $1.50        0.66
1/9/05         347        22        33        $1.43        0.67
1/10/05       362        15        23        $0.98        0.65
1/11/05       374        12        22        $0.78        0.55
1/12/05       381         7          8         $0.46        0.88
1/13/05       387         6          2         $0.39        3.00
1/14/05       403        16        24        $1.04        0.67
1/15/05       422        19        41        $1.24        0.46
1/16/05       455        33        42        $2.15        0.79
1/17/05       474        19        54        $1.24        0.35
1/18/05       503        29        55        $1.89        0.53
1/19/05       520        17        47        $1.11        0.36
1/20/05       545        25        32        $1.63        0.78
1/21/05       568        23        39        $1.50        0.59
1/22/05       593        25        42        $1.63        0.60
1/23/05       625        32        47        $2.08        0.68
1/24/05       652        27        50        $1.76        0.54
1/25/05       670        18        35        $1.17        0.51
1/26/05       685        15        25        $0.98        0.60
1/27/05       702        17        38        $1.11        0.45
1/28/05       724        22        45        $1.43        0.49
1/29/05       745        21        40        $1.37        0.53
1/30/05       765        20        33        $1.30        0.61
1/31/05       788        23        32        $1.50        0.72
2/1/05         808        20        34        $1.30        0.59
2/2/05         828        20        32        $1.30        0.63
2/3/05         846        18        34        $1.17        0.53
2/4/05         862        16        29        $1.04        0.55
2/5/05         876        14        23        $0.91        0.61
2/6/05         886        10        19        $0.65        0.53
2/7/05         896        10        14        $0.65        0.71
2/8/05         906        10        18        $0.65        0.56
2/9/05         920        14        22        $0.91        0.64
2/10/05       939        19        34        $1.24        0.56
2/11/05       958        19        39        $1.24        0.49
2/12/05       972        14        31        $0.91        0.45
2/13/05       983        11        22        $0.72        0.50
2/14/05       992         9         16        $0.59        0.56
2/15/05       999         7         17        $0.46        0.41
2/16/05       1005       6         14        $0.39        0.43
2/17/05       1018      13        29        $0.85        0.45
2/18/05       1031      13        34        $0.85        0.38
2/19/05       1048      17        36        $1.11        0.47
2/20/05       1062      14        34        $0.91        0.41
2/21/05       1071       9         20        $0.59        0.45
2/22/05       1085      14        27        $0.91        0.52
2/23/05       1098      13        32        $0.85        0.41
2/24/05       1115      17        32        $1.11        0.53
2/25/05       1133      18        33        $1.17        0.55
2/26/05       1146      13        28        $0.85        0.46
2/27/05       1158      12        27        $0.78        0.44
2/28/05       1170      12        25        $0.78        0.48
3/1/05         1194      24        34        $1.56        0.71
3/2/05         1216      22        40        $1.43        0.55
3/3/05         1231      15        40        $0.98        0.38
3/4/05         1244      13        37        $0.85        0.35
3/5/05         1255      11        22        $0.72        0.50
3/6/05         1267      12        29        $0.78        0.41
Totals                       987     1836     $64.16      0.58
Conditions related to electric use and explanation
during this time period are as follows:

1.  The house is heated with a Rheem 2 1/2 ton heat
pump rated at 13.7 SEER (12 SEER unit with a high
efficiency air handler).  Heated floor space is
approximately 2400 square feet, including the walk-out
basement which is fully conditioned.

2.  Electrical cost is based on a cost of 6.5 cents per
kWh.  Annual estimated heating cost based on this
test is estimated at $197.39 based on 5200 DHH, a
typical heating season for South Central Indiana.  No
adjustments were made for electric use related to
lighting and power tool usage.

3.  Electric consumption includes the cost of heating
the house, as well as other electric use including
running the air compressor, power tools, lights, etc.

4.  The house was not occupied
until 12-07, meaning
waste heat associated with living in the house is not
reducing th
is heating bill.  Waste heat that reduces the
heating bill includes body heat from occupants,  as
well as heat generated from lights, cooking, electric
appliances, etc.

5.  The house temperature was maintained at 62
degrees F.  Once the house is occupied, the
temperature will be increased to a temperature more
comfortable to a sedentary situation.  62 degrees F is
a comfortable working temperature, as the house is
still under construction.   

6.  The Degree Heating Days, or DHH, is for the
Bloomington, Indiana area.  This data  was recorded
from:  
http://shadow.agry.purdue.edu/