Recent Examples of therm from the Web
Natural gas futures rose 4.8 percent to 37.94 pence a therm on ICE Futures Europe on Monday.
Residential gas, which used to cost $1 per therm in 2008, is running closer to 75 cents.
In total, the university said the construction project saved 954,533 kilowatt hours and 80,861 therm.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of therm
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
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