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December 09, 2014, 03:57:54 PM
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I read somewhere that electricity in turkmenistan is free. Does anybody know if this is true?

In Turkmenistan ? I've find these articles :

- http://www.rferl.org/content/turkmenistan-free-gas-ends/25234662.html

- http://wtffunfact.com/post/65303536227/water-and-electricity-and-gas-are-free-in-turkmenistan
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December 09, 2014, 04:50:14 PM
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France has cheap prices. Some countries have free electricity, maybe Iran?

I think the best choice for now is : iceland , but also some country in Asia are good.

Iceland is a good choice to mine also because it is cold.

Mining at your parents is very cheap too Grin

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December 09, 2014, 05:04:25 PM
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In Moscow the price of kwh is between 3.15 and 4.50 RUR.
Three months ago it was $0.08-$0.12.
Today it's $0.05-$0.08.
Tomorrow it could be $0.03, because RUR is falling down very fast Smiley

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December 09, 2014, 05:40:41 PM
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We have a rate of 0.02 per Kw here in Sudan for industrial area.
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December 09, 2014, 10:16:07 PM
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For me (Russia) it's about $0.04/kWph
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Tomorrow it could be $0.03, because RUR is falling down very fast Smiley

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December 10, 2014, 12:00:44 AM
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I read somewhere that electricity in turkmenistan is free. Does anybody know if this is true?

Well, I don't think electricity would be free anywhere. It might be available for a very low cost instead. I think China and Russia have the cheapest Electricity available.

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December 10, 2014, 02:04:25 AM
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I read somewhere that electricity in turkmenistan is free. Does anybody know if this is true?

Well, I don't think electricity would be free anywhere. It might be available for a very low cost instead. I think China and Russia have the cheapest Electricity available.

Why people keep mentioning china? I though china is like USD 0.15 per KWH or something?
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December 10, 2014, 07:21:10 AM
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I read somewhere that electricity in turkmenistan is free. Does anybody know if this is true?

Well, I don't think electricity would be free anywhere. It might be available for a very low cost instead. I think China and Russia have the cheapest Electricity available.

Why people keep mentioning china? I though china is like USD 0.15 per KWH or something?

Probably because more then 1/2 of the worldwide hashing power is now in China.
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December 10, 2014, 08:49:17 AM
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I read somewhere that electricity in turkmenistan is free. Does anybody know if this is true?

Well, I don't think electricity would be free anywhere. It might be available for a very low cost instead. I think China and Russia have the cheapest Electricity available.

Is it cheaper than .02 kw which  we have it here in Sudan?
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December 11, 2014, 12:47:10 AM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

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December 11, 2014, 04:17:56 PM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

I wonder if they are still providing free services.
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December 12, 2014, 03:09:13 PM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

I wonder if they are still providing free services.

I think they no longer offer free electricity, as we would have the biggest mining operations going on there instead

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December 12, 2014, 04:40:42 PM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

Is there any reason why they offering free ?
Is the resource still unlimited because nobody can utilize it ?


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December 12, 2014, 05:52:17 PM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

Is there any reason why they offering free ?
Is the resource still unlimited because nobody can utilize it ?

Turkmenistan is closed and happy country Smiley
It has enough resource to distribute them for free (but not unlimited! there are some limits for every citizen).

So, from 1993 and until May 2014 every car owner could use 120 liters of free gazoline every month. It's not a big problem, the price for 1 liter now is $0.16, before 2008 it was $0.02.

Consuming of electricity is also limited by 35 kw per family member in month. If you need more, you'll pay $3,23 for 1000 kwh. So, the average family of 5 members in Turkmenistan pays for electricity about $12-14... in year Smiley

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December 12, 2014, 10:29:17 PM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

Is there any reason why they offering free ?
Is the resource still unlimited because nobody can utilize it ?

Turkmenistan is closed and happy country Smiley
It has enough resource to distribute them for free (but not unlimited! there are some limits for every citizen).

So, from 1993 and until May 2014 every car owner could use 120 liters of free gazoline every month. It's not a big problem, the price for 1 liter now is $0.16, before 2008 it was $0.02.

Consuming of electricity is also limited by 35 kw per family member in month. If you need more, you'll pay $3,23 for 1000 kwh. So, the average family of 5 members in Turkmenistan pays for electricity about $12-14... in year Smiley

A lot of countries that have gas or oil offer free electricity or very cheap gas. The cost of extraction and taking out the impurities can be 15$ or lower for some countries. 

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December 13, 2014, 12:25:11 AM
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That´s hard to believe, but last 20 years (from 1993) electricity, gas, water, salt and gasoline were free in Turkmenistan. I heard last year their governement decided to limitate free consuming.

Is there any reason why they offering free ?
Is the resource still unlimited because nobody can utilize it ?

Turkmenistan is closed and happy country Smiley
It has enough resource to distribute them for free (but not unlimited! there are some limits for every citizen).

So, from 1993 and until May 2014 every car owner could use 120 liters of free gazoline every month. It's not a big problem, the price for 1 liter now is $0.16, before 2008 it was $0.02.

Consuming of electricity is also limited by 35 kw per family member in month. If you need more, you'll pay $3,23 for 1000 kwh. So, the average family of 5 members in Turkmenistan pays for electricity about $12-14... in year Smiley

THats crazy, I guess I need to relocate myself. What do you mean by its closed?

Not frienly for travelers. Closed from outside information. Free access to Internet appeared only with new president. High speed  Internet is expencive.  Access to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter is forbiden.

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December 13, 2014, 02:58:58 AM
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@22 eurocent home
@14 eurocent in a DC

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December 13, 2014, 03:01:55 AM
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I'm locked in for 3 years at $0.06 kw/hr .. in Chicago.

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December 13, 2014, 06:06:17 AM
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Electricity in the Philippins is 0.22 USD per KWH if under 1000 KWh per month, if you use over 1000 KWh per month your rate is 0.28 USD per KWh. if you rent a place then the electricity can be up to 0.38 USD per KWh because landlords add 2 to 4 pesos per KWh for the electric. Very high just about non profitable to run miners right now. We turn our farm on for about 6 hours a day only. The electricity combined with the fact Philippines has the worst internet in the world with Shared internet makes mining in the Philippines almost inmpossible. We are looking into solar power right now to eliminate all power costs and brownouts (Blackouts) they have here. The internet is just FUTILE Sad

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December 13, 2014, 07:09:46 AM
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.09$/kWh

Interesting price ,  but what is the name of this nation ? Maybe is it in Asia ?

Actually I live in the USA. We have even cheaper electricity on the east side as low as .02$/kWh. GO WASHINGTON STATE!

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