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Gas Inflation Gas for same-day delivery in the U.K. more than doubled to as high as 190 pence a therm ($26.20 a million British thermal units), broker data compiled by Bloomberg show.
The energy-saving steps taken by GKN have saved the equivalent of more than 1.5 million kilowatt hours of electricity and more than 30 thousand therms of natural gas, the release said.
The utility estimates a typical residential customer using 500 kilowatt-hours of electricity each month would see an increase of $6.13 and a typical customer using 25 therms of natural gas would spend $7.57 more on a monthly bill.
In total, the university said the construction project saved 954,533 kilowatt hours and 80,861 therm.
Residential gas, which used to cost $1 per therm in 2008, is running closer to 75 cents.
Natural gas futures rose 4.8 percent to 37.94 pence a therm on ICE Futures Europe on Monday.
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