Net Metering After November 2019
Breakdown of charges
This section displays what you paid on your last bill plus any cancelled payments or late payment fees. If you still owe money from your previous bill it shows in this section.
Balance from previous bill
Payment received Apr 30, 2023 - Thank You!
Electricity Consumed Info
This section displays your electricity consumption meter reading for this month and last month. The difference between the two is the amount of SaskPower electricity you consumed (in kilowatt hours). This does not include electricity consumed from your own system.
May 18, 2023 current meter reading821
Apr 20, 2023 current meter reading-699
Electricity consumed - 28 days122 kWh
Electricity Generated Info
This section displays your electricity generation meter reading for this month and last month. The difference between the two is the amount of electricity you sent to the SaskPower grid. This does not show the total electricity generated by your system. For example if your system generated 800 kWh but you consumed it all, this section would show 0 kWh generated.
May 18, 2023 current meter reading1284
Apr 8, 2023 current meter reading-866
Current month excess electricity generated - 28 days418 kWh CR
Electrical Charges - Residential (E01 Rate) Info
We calculate how much you will pay for the power used last month in this section of the bill breakdown.
E01 is the standard rate for individually metered residential premises in cities, including apartment units, cottages and out-buildings.
Basic Monthly Charge is based on your rate category and is a charge that all customers pay regardless of the amount of power used.
Electricity Consumed is what you pay for the SaskPower electricity you use, based on the total kWh multiplied by the cost per kWh.
Cost of Electricity is the amount you pay for the power you use, based on the total kWh multiplied by the cost per kWh.
Basic monthly charge: $26.11
Applied net metering generation credit
Total electrical charges
Surcharge and Taxes Info
If your city or town collects a municipal surcharge their fees will appear here. The municipal surcharge was put in place to compensate urban municipalities for giving up the right to establish their own power distribution systems.
GST and PST charges also appear here. GST is charged at 5% of all electrical charges and other fees.
Municipal Surcharge Tax: 10%
GST: 5% (Registration Number R119429678)
Total surcharge and taxes
Non-Refundable Generation Credits Info
This section displays net meter generation credit found in the electrical charges. The amount of electricity consumed is converted into dollars at the appropriate rate to determine what you owe or is credited in dollar value.
kWh consumed are converted into dollars at the appropriate rate, and then they're 'netted' to determine what you owe or is credited in dollars.
Previous month(s) net generation credit18.18 CR
Current month excess electricity generated31.35 CR
Applied net metering generation credit18.38
Net non-refundable generation credits31.15 CR
Non-Refundable Federal Carbon Tax Credits Info
This section displays federal carbon tax which is displayed in kWh on your bill. The Federal Carbon Tax is charged if the power you used this month is greater than the amount you generated or have banked in previously generated electricity. If excess electricity generated is less than the electricity consumed, there will be no kWh credit carried forward.
Previous month(s) net federal carbon tax credit437 kWh CR
Current month federal carbon tax credit generated418 kWh CR
Applied federal carbon tax credit122 kWh
Net electrical consumption/generation for carbon tax733 kWh CR
Payment Due By: Jun 20, 2023
If a payment is not received by Jun 20, 2023 a late payment charge of 1.5% compounded monthly will be calculated from the statement date and applied to your account.
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METER READING FOR THIS BILLING PERIOD
May 18, 2023 821
Apr 20, 2023 699
May 18, 2023 1284
Apr 20, 2023 866
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