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The reading on your meter at the
beginning and end of your billing cycle.
Converts the differences in the previous and present read
to kilowatt hours (kWh).
The amount of electricity used in a billing cycle.
The reading used to calculate the maximum electric load in a
The kilowatt demand established during the billing cycle. There is no charge for this on
The amount of previous bill.
A credit or debit on your account since your last statement.
Payments applied since the last statement.
Balance going forward into the current billing period.
The monthly fee charged each consumer for costs associated with
the equipment at the account location and services performed to maintain the account.
The cost to distribute power to a customer’s location is derived by multiplying the number of kilowatt
hours used by the per kilowatt hour rate listed in the applicable rate schedule.
The result of multiplying the number of kilowatt hours used by the current per kilowatt hour charge from
Buckeye Power to generate and transmit power to South Central. The per kilowatt hour charge changes monthly
based on factors such as the cost of fuel and environmental controls as well as demand on the system.
The sum of taxes due the state of Ohio and any other adjustments from the application of Rider A
Voluntary donations from customers who have joined NRECA's political action committee
The total amount of budget charges for the budget year.
The total amount of budget payments for the budget year.
The amount due for this billing cycle.
The current billing month of the 12 budget billing months. The settle-up bill will
be in billing month 12.
A unique numeric customer account identifier.
Identifies the meter at the service location.
Location or description of service.
The beginning and end of your billing period.
The number of days in your billing period.
Notifies you of important messages about
The total amount that you now owe.
After this date, your account will be past due.
Lets you notify us of an address change.
Please send payment to this address.
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