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Use the interactive sample bill below to help understand your energy bill.
How this can affect your gas bill.
Sample Net Energy Metering Bill
This is a sample bill provided only to help explain your SCE&G bill. The current charges, total other charges, credits, usage, and other information on the sample bill are provided as an example, and in no way bear any relationship to the actual charges, credit, usage or other information on your SCE&G bill.
Your SCE&G account number.
A quick at-a-glance summary of your account.
Check this section for special messages from SCE&G which may include offers and other promotions.
Details about your electric usage for this billing cycle, as well as the previous 12 months.
Details about your gas usage for this billing cycle, as well as the previous 12 months.
Details about the generation your solar system produced this billing cycle, as well as the previous 12 months.
Your payment stub. Please be sure to return it with your payment.
Total amount due (including current charges), total other charges or credits, and any balance brought forward from previous statements.
A breakdown of your current gas charges.
This section only appears if you signed up for the NET Energy Metering Plus incentive program (available October 2015 - April 21, 2016). The amount of your monthly credit varies based on the per-kWh incentive you locked in and the varying amount of solar energy your system generates each month.
A variety of payment options for your convenience.
This charge includes the cost for programs to increase solar generation on the SCE&G system.
The first reading represents the generation that SCE&G delivered to you.
The second reading represents any left-over solar generation your home did not use during the billing cycle. This generation was sent to SCE&G’s power grid. To see how much solar power your home used during the billing cycle, subtract this amount from the customer generation shown below.
This is the total generation that your solar system produced this billing cycle, including both the generation your home used, as well as generation returned to the SCE&G power grid.
This section shows the meter readings from the current and previous billing periods.
This section shows how the customer received 1,156 kWh from SCE&G and sent excess solar generation of 648 kWh to SCE&G, netting 508 kWh which represents the total month's energy for which they were billed.
This section shows total customer solar generation was 1,222 kWh, with an excess of 648 kWh delivered back to SCE&G and leaving a balance of 574 kWh of solar generation in actual usage. Energy received from SCE&G (1,156 kWh) plus the solar generation (574 kWh) that you used equals your total energy usage (1,730 kWh) for the month.
Your WNA adjustment may show as a "-" (credit) if the weather is colder than normal, resulting in a lower rate per therm or a "+" (charge) if the weather is warmer than normal, resulting in a higher rate per therm.