Alliant Energy (US), Chevron (US) and Devon Energy (UK) are among the world’s top five energy companies.
But there are many more that are not.
The ranking is based on the amount of customers that are covered by a company’s electricity services.
Companies with the lowest number of customers are the ones with the least value for money, according to the research.
A company with a lower number of consumers will generate less revenue per customer.
Energy companies are required to pay a fixed price per kilowatt hour for electricity.
If a company can only offer a fixed-price electricity service, it will be less profitable.
As well as this, the company has to have at least a small number of workers.
For some companies, the cost of energy services can be as low as $0.10 a day per household.
And the electricity that customers receive is usually a mix of hydroelectric and coal.
The latter is the cheapest of the two types, but the cost is rising.
So how much does it cost to provide electricity?
The price per kWh is calculated as the difference between the cost for the average consumer and the cost per kilo of energy that is delivered.
What’s more, the energy that customers pay is typically in dollars, not pounds.
This is why the price of electricity varies widely from place to place.
For example, in the US, an average household pays $0 and a typical coal-fired power station costs $3.77 a kilowatthour per day.
In Australia, a typical household pays about $2.85 and a coal-powered power station charges $4.75.
But the average price per watt in Australia is $0, according the ANZ.
How much does that cost a household?
According to the ANR, it’s $1.40 a kilo, which means it would cost about $1,200 to supply a household with one gigawatt of electricity.
But the ANS data shows that, at the end of the day, households pay about $0 per kWh, so it would be more profitable to provide the same energy to a household of four people with four kilowatts.
That’s a little less money than it would take to buy a home.
Alliant Energy and Chevron are among Australia’s top ten energy companies in the energy index.
Source: The Australian Financial Review