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How is my projected electricity bill calculated?

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‎12-11-2018 09:45 AM

If you have a remotely read smart electricity meter you may be able to view a projection* of your next bill.

 

Bill projection: We estimate this amount by multiplying your average daily use (for the billing period so far) by the total number of days in the period. It's intended only as an estimate - your final bill may be different.

 

Your bill projection amount includes any applicable Guaranteed or Double Up discounts, but excludes Pay on time and Direct Debit discounts. It includes supply and usage charges, but excludes fees and other charges such as Demand and Green charges. It doesn’t include concessions, solar feed-in-tariffs, credits or other one-off benefits.

 

Cost so far: This figure is intended to give you some idea how much you’ve spent on energy up to this point in your current billing period. It may not reflect your actual AGL bill.

 

Your cost so far amount includes any applicable Guaranteed or Double Up discounts, but excludes Pay on time and Direct Debit discounts. It includes supply and usage charges, but excludes fees and other charges such as Demand and Green charges. It doesn’t include concessions, solar feed-in-tariffs, credits, or other one-off benefits.

 

Download or view the projected bill details in My Account or the AGL Energy App.

 

*Projected bills are an estimate only. Actual bill may be different if your usage patterns change during the billing period. 

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