Go to your electric meter and get the current reading. Subtract this from the “Pres Rdg” from your last bill. The answer will be your current consumption kilowatt-hour (kWh). … Multiply your current kWh to the current Meralco rate and that will be your estimated bill for the month.

## How do you calculate electricity meter reading?

To do so, first **find your last month’s electricity bill to see the reported reading**. You’ll then subtract last month’s reading from your current reading. The result is the total amount of kWh you’ve used since your last meter reading. Your meter reading will never reset to zero.

## How read house meter and calculate electricity consumption?

Your annual electricity consumption is **measured directly on the meter**. This counts the number of kilowatt hours (one of the units used to measure energy) delivered to you. Each time your meter is read, the difference between the reading displayed by the meter and that of the previous year is calculated.

## How does Meralco calculate electricity usage?

**Divide the device’s watt-hours by 1,000** to convert it to kilowatts, which is the unit of measurement used in a Meralco bill. In the example above, 1,000 watt-hours divided by 1,000 is equal to 1 kWh consumption per day.

## How your electricity bill is calculated?

Calculate Energy Cost by Appliance

Your kWh rate is printed right on your electric bill, and the average daily use is easy enough to figure. … Multiply the device’s wattage by the number of hours the appliance is **used per day**. **Divide by 1000**. **Multiply by your kWh rate**.

## How do I convert my electric meter reading to kWh?

**To convert imperial meter readings to kWh, all you need to do is:**

- Take a meter reading, and then subtract the new meter reading from the previous reading to work out the volume of gas used.
- Convert from imperial to metric by multiplying the units by 2.83.
- Multiply by volume correction factor (1.02264)

## How do you calculate water consumption?

To determine the amount of water used since your last reading, **take the current meter read and subtract the previous meter read (from your water bill)**, which will give you the number of cubic meter/s used. For example, if your previous read was 001,200. and your new read is 001,250.

## Which is the correct reading of the electric meter?

To determine your correct meter reading, simply **read the dials in order from right to left**. As you read each dial, write down the number. In most cases, the pointer will be between two numbers on the dial. THE CORRECT NUMBER IS THE LOWER OF THE TWO, EXCEPT WHEN BETWEEN THE 0 AND 9, IN THAT CASE YOU WOULD READ THE 9.

## How do you calculate electricity per hour?

To get the number of kWh, you just **multiply the number of kW by the number of hours the appliance is used for**. For example, a device rated at 1500 W that’s on for 2.5 hours: 1500 ÷ 1000 = 1.5. That’s 1.5 kW.

## Will Meralco disconnect my electricity 2021?

Thus, **we will continue to put on hold all disconnection activities until May 14, 2021**,” Ferdinand Geluz, Meralco first vice president and chief commercial officer, said in a statement. … “Meralco business operations, including meter reading and bill delivery activities, will continue throughout the MECQ.