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Check your bill Quick check or analysis

By following steps 1 to 10 you have completed, or information is there.  If you have used readings from your bill!

For analysis just scroll down.


What am I spent since may last bill?  

You have two ways if doing it

Choice of: what if/ the basic information tab,

What if (see below)

Basic information tab

Set the date (From) the last readings from your bill. (To) the last time you read your metre readings.

Set your most recent meter readings from your bill, in the old readings section.

In the new reading section put in your latest meter readings.

The meter tab you are using

The top row of yellow boxes is for unit at the higher price KWH per year or daily charge, (depending on which tab you are on.)  The sum has been calculated for both KWH Year. High & low and daily charge.

Next row of yellow boxes, below are for price per kilowatt: (without VAT recommended)

Now you have a quick summary, or you scroll down for analysis what you. What you may have spent.

Whit if

By following steps 1 to 10

Work out manually how many days since the last bill. Then install xx days in what if. Skip next two steps. Or if it is to hard, two work out the dates. then follow the next two steps.

Basic information tab. Day part only. set the dates on the left hand side, (from you bill). up the old date you require.  By clicking on drop down box.  Day, month and year (the hour section is not required please ignore) repeat the same procedure on the right hand side for the latest date. E.G. 1/1/12 then 30/1/12 this will give you 29 days!  E.G. Set at 29 days, on your what if.

 Then reset dates back to original dates, to give you a good comparison.

 Go to compare tab & what if tab.  Scroll down to what if.  Find their form which matches your meter and how you being charged

Install higher/lower price/units KWH per year or Install higher/lower price daily charge, (depending on which tab you are on.)

Install your readings at the top the today readings in economy seven or standard. Next cell below the last readings from your bill.

Next row of yellow boxes, below are for price per kilowatt gas & electricity  (without VAT recommended)

This way you can see what the old bill came to and what you have spent since.


There has been increasing price/cut how is it going to affect me?

You have two ways if doing it

Choice of: what if/ test x (x what fits your meter& charges).

What if (see below)

Test x (x what fits your meter& charges).

First follow instructions 1 to 10. To set base numbers.

The formula can uses the same meters reading as a useful guide.

Install the new charges in the yellow boxes.  First row many kilowatts per hour, per year /daily charge.

Second row. Yellow boxes.  Price per kilowatt.

You can see the difference it’ll make, over  same period of time as last bill .While the large number of you’re right inside, is it your metre reading by following sections (If you wish to choose different amounts of days, use whit if.)

What if

Install info from your last bill in Part one. First follow instructions 1 to 10. Go to compare & what if tab.  Scroll down to what if.  Find their form which matches your meter and how you being charged.

In the day yellow box, install how many days ahead you’re thinking of. E.G.: how much is going cost me the next three months?  Install 90 days.

In the metre reading section.  For your meter readings, look at useful guide. . (To your right using UNITS IN BLACK, the numbers grey are info only.)  Will give you an estimate, based on information from part one .E.G.  I have used 4.5 UNITS per day of electricity in the last quarter.so I use 4.5* 90 days=405.  So that will be your estimated meter reading.


Install I the first row yellow boxes higher/lower price/units KWH per year or daily charge, (depending on which tab you are on.)  

The only other thing you have to install the new charges in the price per kilowatt row for gas and electricity.

 n the total square.  Will give you the new estimated price increase/cut! Over 90 days



I’m thinking of changing my supplier?

Install info from your last bill in Part one. First follow instructions 1 to 10

Go to compare & what if.  tab.  You will see different tests.  Each test has its own number, so if you are looking at more than one company you can compare them side by side.  In summary in the middle of this page.  You can look up six others, plus the current supplier.

Two of the tests are based on the same way your chance now.  Two test based other way of charging. You ask your potential new supplier how many kilowatts per hour at a higher price. Or daily charge.

Then ask your potential new supplier how much they charge KWH for gas and electricity. (Without VAT recommended.) Fill in price per kilowatt row.

You can us the two versions of what if can use in the same way typing or copy and paste days & metre readings.  Basic info tab.

Best way looking at the information you had gathered

Using the test it will use the same metre readings and days’ you have used before.  So a good comparison how it would have worked out.  If you with a new potential supplier over the period of time as last bill.

If you’re current supplier is altering their charges.  You could use one of the tests by the new charges.  And the other tests for new potential supplier.  This will give you best comparison.

What if


To use period of time of your choice. E.G.  Your last there was to 90 days, here you can think of how we work out over 110 days.  For your meter readings, look at useful guide. (To your right using UNITS IN BLACK, the numbers grey are info only.) Will give you an estimate, based on information from part one .E.G.  I have used 4.5 UNITS per day of electricity 110* 4.5= 495 UNITS. So that will be your estimated meter reading.  

. You ask your potential new supplier how many kilowatts per hour at a higher price. Or daily charge.

Then ask your potential new supplier how much they charge KWH for gas and electricity. (Without VAT recommended.) Fill in price per kilowatt row

A summary is a middle-page, where you have done before.  

Section.  With instructions