How to Read Your Net Metering Power Bill Generation Meter Readings

15. Basic Service Charge: This covers a portion
of fixed administrative costs, such as monthly
meter reading and payment processing.
18. Return Stub:
Always return this portion with your payment.
19. Historical Information Graph (page two):
This usage history includes the current and
previous month, as well as comparative usage for
the prior year so that you can track increases and
decreases in the amount of energy you consume.
(New customers will only have graphs for the months
they have occupied their home).
16. Local Government Fee: A tax charged by
local government. The money collected goes to
the local treasury.
17. Universal Energy Charge: A mandated fee
that provides money to fund the State of Nevada
energy assistance and conservation programs.
Generation Meter Readings
The readings from your generation meter are
used by NV Energy for reporting purposes and
are not used in your bill calculation. You may
notice that the reading on your inverter does
not match the reading of the generation meter
that we installed. Minor differences are to be
expected. For more information, please contact
the manufacture of your inverter.
If you have any billing questions you
can call us at (702) 402–5595 or
(702) 402-2010.
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How to Read Your Net
Metering Power Bill
How to Read Your Net Metering Bill
1. Account Number: Remember to put your
customer number on your payment checks to
ensure proper accounting. You will also need this
number if you make a billing inquiry.
8. KWHR (Kilowatt–Hours Received): This is the amount of energy
generated in excess of your needs, which was put back into the power grid.
This is calculated by subtracting last month’s KWHR read from the current
read. This read is identified with a “15” on the left side of the meter display.
2. Service Address: Where you receive and use
the electricity. It may be different from your
billing address.
9. KWHA (Kilowatt–Hours Accumulated): The power produced beyond
what is consumed results in credits for you. KWHA (Kilowatt– Hours
Accumulated) tracks these credits. This is calculated as previous KWHA
credit + KWHR – KWHD. When all available credits have been used, this
number is set back to zero.
3. Next Meter Read Date: The next date that
your meter is scheduled to be read.
4. Account Balance Information: Includes your
Previous Balance, Payments, Current Charges,
Total Amount Due and Due Date.
5. Message Area: This is where you may read
important information about your bill and
your account.
6. Meter Information: Information specific to
your meter including reads, read dates
and usage.
7. KWHD (Kilowatt–Hours Delivered): This
is the amount of energy we deliver and you
consume from the power grid. This is calculated
by subtracting last month’s KWHD read from the
current read. This read is identified with an “05”
on the left side of the meter display.
10. KWHN (Kilowatt–Hours Net): If the amount of energy you consumed
from the grid exceeds the amount you produced, then this line will display
the difference. This line displays your billable Kilowatt–Hours and is
calculated in the following manner:
(KWHD – KWHR) – KWHA = KWHN.
11. KWHG (Kilowatt–Hours Generated): If you have a generation meter,
here is where you find the total amount of energy generated by your
renewable energy system.
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12. Net Electric: This is the net amount of power purchased from
NV Energy as calculated above as KWHN.
13. Temp. Green Power Financing (TRED): A temporary charge to
foster the development of new alternative energy projects in Nevada.
14. Renewable Energy Program (REPR) (NEW RATE): A charge
combining costs for wind, hydro, and solar rebate programs for
consumers. The solar program was formerly recovered through the
company’s DEAA rate. The other programs are new and authorized
by the Nevada legislature.
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