Some meters are digital and reading them is simple. All you do is look at the numbers on the face and note the KWH reading.  

Now, if you read this meter at the same time tomorrow, subtract today’s “reading” from tomorrow’s “reading” to determine the number of kilowatt-hours used in one day.  To calculate the cost of the energy use, multiply the number of kilowatt-hours by the cost per kilowatt-hour charged by MEC based on your energy rate. Your rate information can be found on your bill.

Reading your meter will help you become more aware of overall energy consumption, and being aware is the first step to making wise decisions. 

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