Reading a dial meter (also known as a ‘clock meter’) can be tricky, so we’ve created the following diagrams to make it easier for you. Even if your meter dials look different from what’s below, the steps we’ve described remain valid. When taking your reading, please ignore:
For all of the relevant dials on your meter, please take these steps:
If you didn’t get it right, you’ve probably entered a “4” instead of a “3”. Look again at our explanation above to understand why it’s correct to enter a “3”.
These meters come in two basic forms: single rate and dual rate.
Single rate meter: you pay the same unit rate at all times of the day.
Dual-rate meter: you pay one unit rate during the day and a reduced rate at night.
For both types, write down the numbers left to right. You can ignore any numbers appearing:
Your dual-rate meter will display two lots of numbers in one of the following ways:
In all cases, please note down the two readings and provide them separately to your supplier.
As a Haven Power customer, you can call or email your customer service advisor with the reading – or simply email them a photograph of your meter.
Alternatively, you can send your reading to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re unsure about the meaning of any acronyms, words and phrases relating to your energy, see our jargon buster.
If you have a Smart meter, you don’t need to supply meter readings.
If you don’t have a Smart meter, here’s a summary of the benefits they offer your business:
If you’re interested in discovering more about Smart meters, please get in touch: email@example.com
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