Detailed calculation of the cost of electricity used, based on applicable rates and number of days, along with any credits or other charges (if applicable) plus taxes. This is the total cost of the electricity you have used, but it is not the amount you have to pay, because you are on the EPP.
In the example
Total consumption: 3,233 kWh
Kilowatthours used in billing period = 3,233 kWh
Up to XX kWh × 62 days
Energy used, up to the product of 40 kWh times the number of days in the billing period (1st tier). The total of 2,480 kWh is calculated as follows:
40 kWh × 62 days (days in billing period)
Electricity used beyond first tier (2nd tier). Here’s how it’s calculated:
3,233 kWh (kilowatthours used) − 2,480 (kilowatthours calculated in 1st tier) = 753 kWh
System access charge
The system access charge is the amount you pay for the service itself, regardless of how much electricity you use. Here’s how it’s calculated:
System access charge per day × 62 days (billing period)
Note: These details are provided every other month, given that your actual consumption is calculated every two months as a function of your meter reading.