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Carried out a relatively rudimentary trial of keeping the heating on 24/7 for one week and then heating as required for the following week. As expected having the heating on all the time used more gas but was, in general, more pleasant to live with.

In the first week heating 24/7 I used 19 cubic feet of gas. The next week used 14 cubic feet.

A quick search of the internet showed how to convert from cubic feet to Kwh.

The formula is as follows: gas units used x correction factor (1.02264) x imperial to metric conversion factor (2.83) x calorific value (38.9) divided by kilowatt-hour conversion factor (3.6) = kWh in cubic feet. To calculate a bill, multiply kWh in cubic feet by the unit price in your agreed contract.

The only person who got all his work done by Friday was Robinson Crusoe.

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