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How much energy will I save when my flatmate moves out?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Izi, 24 Feb 2009.

  1. Izi

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    A little bit of an odd question I know, but I have no idea to the answer.

    I currently have a friend living with me, his girlfriend also for the past couple of months!

    When he moves out how much do you think I will save on my energy bills? He has TV in his room with sky + PC, we have separte cooked meals as work different hours.

    At the moment spending around £40/gas and £35 elec. The hot water comes from a gas combi and the cooker is gas also.

    When he moves out I will be able to turn of the heating in the two rooms he has rented.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Damien.

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    £21.89
     
  3. FrostedNipple

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    I don't know, but you will be losing all his rent.
     
  4. Nitefly

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    I make it £21.75.
     
  5. a1ex2001

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    you won't save as much as he was paying you in rent ;)
     
  6. Ben M

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    a million pounds
     
  7. Izi

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    this is true, but he was a lazy oaf and I will be glad to get my pad back!
     
  8. Izi

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    Is this just a p-take or how the hell have you calculated that?
     
  9. blix

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    nvm :p
     
  10. Nitefly

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    There is an equation: click here
     
  11. Izi

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    link no worky.
     
  12. Nitefly

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    :D
     
  13. Damien.

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    Yes, i used that tool.

    EDIT:

    Here you go: Howmuchwillisave.net
     
    Last edited: 24 Feb 2009
  14. utajoker

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    lol
     
  15. Nix

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    Re-install your internets, it's a common glitch.
     
  16. Ben M

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    works for me
     
  17. me227

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    Try this one. Using that website it works it out between £21.23 and £27.85
     
  18. Izi

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    oh hahahahah
     
  19. Kerplunk

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    Location: Bournemouth tbh

    Oh brilliant!
     
  20. Ciphon

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    Hehe.. I don't think it was supposed to :p