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ACCOUNT INFORMATION
Including property location, meter reading
summary and amount due.

CURRENT USAGE
Details of usage, charges
and taxes during your most
recent billing period.

PAST USAGE
Your KWHRS for the
previous 12 months.

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TWO YEAR HISTORY
DOLLAR AMOUNT AND USAGE

TWO YEAR HISTORY
METER READING

TWO YEAR HISTORY
SEASONAL INFORMATION

Electricity charges

These charges are for electricity you used (supply) and getting that electricity to you (delivery). Rates are based on a 30 day period. When your billing period is more or less than 30 days, we prorate your bill accordingly.

Your electricity is measured by how many kilowatt hours (kWh) you use. One kWh will light a 100 watt bulb for 10 hours. The meter multiplier is the factor by which the meter reading difference is multiplied to determine your usage. Demand or kW is the highest amount of electric usage in any half hour during the billing period.

Supply charges

Energy supply
Charge for the electricity supplied to you by Con Edison.

Demand supply
Charge for the electricity supplied to you by Con Edison.

Merchant function charge
Charge associated with procuring electricity, credit and collection related activities and uncollectible accounts.

GRT & other tax surcharges
Taxes on Con Edison gross receipts from sales of utility services and other tax surcharges.

Delivery charges

Energy delivery
Charge for maintaining the system through which Con Edison delivers electricity to you.

Demand delivery
Charge for maintaining the system through which Con Edison delivers electricity to you.

SBC/RPS charges
The System Benefits Charge/Renewable Portfolio Standard charges fund New York State renewable energy, environmental and other related public policy programs.

Temporary NY State Surcharge
Covers new fees imposed by the state.

GRT & other tax surcharges
See earlier definition.