How much is electricity in Mexico? In ACA?
Here in SoCal, it's about 10-16 cents per KWH. In Idaho where we used to live (all those dams on the Snake and Columbia ya know) it was 5.2 cents.
The reason I'm asking is that in Mexico I seem so see A LOT of compact fluorescent lamps, way more so than in the USA.
This has been observed by me for years. Cruise ships too.
It's interesting to note that during a trip to:
Jamaica, I asked the guys where their power came from - they explained all about the two dams on the river.
Cozumel, from some lines on the seabed from the Mainland.
Georgetown, Cayman Islands, the dudes had no clue..... (I mean, Jesus, how can you not know where your power comes from?)
This is a mundane question on the ACA Board but it piques my interest.
Here's the ACA part of so I will fit in and not be flagged off:
Acapulco and Mexico Rock! Thanks you guys for being a bright spot in my days.
Also, if you are curious why the Americas are 110 and the rest of the world is 220 you can email me privately - I just found out - and let you know!