Siamese fighting fish

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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 21 Jun 2018, Thursday

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This category lists the species considered as vulnerable species by the IUCN Red List.

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In the UK, an electricity supplier is a retailer of electricity. For each supply point the supplier has to pay the various costs of transmission, distribution, meter operation, data collection, tax etc. The supplier then adds in energy costs and the supplier’s own charge.

MSP kWh is the amount of electricity consumed at the ‘meter supply point’, which is the customer’s meter. GSP kWh is obtained by multiplying the MSP kWh by the Line Loss Factor (LLF, a figure > 1) to include the amount of electricity lost when it is conducted through the distribution network, from the ‘grid supply point’ to the customer’s meter. Some kWh elements of the bill are charged at MSP and some at GSP. The LLF for a particular supply depends on the DNO and the supply’s characteristics and the time and date (day of week, season etc.).

The consumer pays the supplier according to an agreed tariff, possibly including pass-through costs. A pass-through cost is a cost that is charged to the energy supplier, but is then “passed through” directly to the consumer.

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