The pointers advance when electricity flows through the meter, so the dials indicate the total number of kilowatt-hours (KWH) you have used. To determine your correct meter reading, simply read the dials in order from right to left. As you read each dial, write down the number. … It should be read as 75,245 KWH.

## How do you convert meter reading to kWh?

**To convert imperial meter readings to kWh, all you need to do is:**

- Take a
**meter reading**, and then subtract the new**meter reading**from the previous**reading**to work out the volume of gas used. **Convert**from imperial to metric by multiplying the**units**by 2.83.- Multiply by volume correction factor (1.02264)

## What is the correct reading of electric meter?

It takes only three easy steps to **read** your **meter**

Always **read** the dials from the **right** to the left, starting from Dial A to Dial E. **Read** the number by the pointer of the dial. When the pointer is between two (2) numbers, the lower number is recorded.

## How is kWh calculated?

A kilowatt-hour, expressed as kWh or kW·h, is a measure of energy that is equivalent to 1,000 watts of power for a 1-hour time period. … A 100 watt light bulb uses 100 watts of power. To convert the power in watts to kilowatt-hours, **multiply 100 watts by 1 hour, then divide by 1,000** to find the energy usage in kWh.

## How do I convert units of electricity to kWh?

Just like the odometer on your vehicle that shows the actual distance travelled by the vehicle, electricity meter shows the amount of electricity that is used. So a 100-Watt bulb if kept on for 10 hours will consume: **100 x 10 = 1000 Watt-Hour** = 1 Kilowatt-Hour (kWH) = 1 units (on your meter).

## Why does my electric meter have 3 readings?

Your meter may show you 3 readings – one **will be your day reading**, one your night reading and the final reading is a total reading. We’ll only need to take the day and night readings.

## How do you calculate electricity consumption?

To calculate energy consumption costs, simply **multiply the unit’s wattage by the number of hours you use it to find the number of watt-hours consumed each day**. For example, let’s say you use a 125 watt television for three hours per day.

## What does my electricity meter reading mean?

Meter readings **tell energy suppliers how much gas and electricity you are using**. If you don’t give your supplier meter readings they will estimate your usage. You usually end up paying too much or too little on estimated usage.

## How much is a kWh of electricity?

The average **electricity** rate is 13.19 cents per **kilowatt hour** (**kWh**). The average **price** a residential customer in the United States pays for **electricity** is 13.31 cents per **kWh**.

## How many kW is a kWh?

**1 kWh equals one hour of electricity usage at a rate of 1 kW**, and thus the 2 kW appliance would consume 2 kWh in one hour, or 1 kWh in half an hour. The equation is simply kW x time = kWh.