Customer Name: The name registered by Energy Locals for your account.
Customer Number: Unique number Energy Locals uses to identify you as a customer.
Supply Address: Where the electricity is supplied. This can be different from your home address.
Billing Days: The number of days covered by this bill. This is used to calculate the total for daily charges (see below) for this bill.
NMI: The National Meter Identifier uniquely identifies this connection to the electricity grid at your supply address.
Billing Period: Calendar period covered by this bill.
Total Charges: Charges within this bill before GST (see below).
Next Read Date: When your meter will next be read to see how much electricity has been used at this Supply Address.
Meter Number: Identifier for the electricity meter that measures how much electricity this account uses.
Start Date: The start date for the Billing Period covered by this bill.
Start Read: The kWh reading at the start of the Billing Period.
End Read/Date: The end date for the Billing Period covered by this bill.
End Read: The kWh reading at the end of the Billing Period.
Multi: This should generally be 1.0 on a retail bill. The readings on some meters at commercial and industrial sites are multiplied by the Multi value to calculate the kWh for the bill.
Total Usage: The End Read minus the Start Read times the Multi value is the amount of electricity in kWh you will be charged for in this bill.
A = Actual, S = Substitute, E = Estimate: A means the Read is an actual value whereas an S or E means the Read is estimated.
Type: Identifies if you are a residential or business member.
Description: What the charge is. Tariffs can be complex and consist of rates such as a daily supply charge, any time usage, controlled load, peak and off peak rates, our membership cost.
Quantity: How much energy you’ve used or days of supply.
Rate: What the price is for the charge.
Total: What you pay for each charge is equal to the quantity used multiplied by the rate.