Three things to learn from your utility bill

Sergey Rozhenko
Aug 2, 2018 · 2 min read
Fig.1 Copy of a Russian household’s power bill, 2018 (source: author’s photo)

The figure above is an utility bill, similar to what you’d get in Moscow monthly. I’m sure you get similar ones living in NY, Berlin, Melbourne, or anywhere else in the world. In spite of the fact that this piece of paper appears to be unimportant it can teach you three experiences to change your perspective on power industry:

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So next time you come home, take a look at your utility bill. Under new angle of course…

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