The $100 daily rate applies only if the landlord intentionally cuts off the utilities to make you move. That did not happen here.
Your question has no good answer. All you and your landlord can do is pull numbers out of the air that you think are fair. Although you were cold, you still had a roof over your head and a secure place to sleep and keep your possessions. You might talk about a 30 percent reduction or so.
I agree with colleague's excellent answer. However, I want to add some important practical advice.
DO NOT USE AN OVEN TO HEAT A HOME. You are lucky you did not burn the house down. There are also practical alternatives such as purchasing small portable electric heaters to move with you from room to room with you. Please note too many electric heaters can blow a fuse, so try not to overload the electrical system.