The rate you pay for electricity covers all of the services required to generate electricity and deliver it to you.
The total electricity rate(s) applicable to you is now displayed as separate rates for Meridian charges and network charges. Due to the effect of rounding, the network charges and Meridian charges in the rates column may not add up to exactly the same amount as the total electricity rate, however this will not affect the amount you pay because your total current charges are still calculated on the total electricity rate(s) applicable to you.
You will need to quote these if you would like to discuss your account. These numbers are unique to you.
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This shows you what energy package you may have with Meridian.
This shows the amount of electricity you have used (or we've estimated you've used) over the period for which this bill covers.
This is the total amount due for this bill. This also shows the available prompt payment discount when the balance is paid in full and on time.
This is the unique identifier for the property where power is being supplied to.
This is your meter reading information, which has been used to calculate your bill.
Includes the cost of the electricity you consume and the retail services Meridian provides to you.
Includes the cost of your network company and Transpower's services.
These charges apply only to the electricity you have used for this billing period and for the meters shown. These charges will change each month depending on your usage.
Here are your daily charges that cover the fixed costs that apply no matter how much or little you use. Anwill also apply to each bill.
This bar chart shows the electricity consumed each month in kWh’s. It’s based on your average daily consumption, then calculated for a calendar month (not a billing period).
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