Reading your meter
By learning how to read your meter, you can monitor your consumption to better manage
your energy use and electric bill. As you will see, it isn’t difficult to
read your electric meter. If you are interested in other helpful tips for keeping
energy costs down, call (541) 685-7000 and speak with an Energy Management
- Using the above as an example, read the dials from left to right. Remember that
every other dial turns in reverse. When the hand points between two numbers, read the
- If the hand is on or very close to a number, look at the dial to its immediate right.
If the hand on that dial has passed "0," read the number the hand is pointing
to (or close to). If the dial to the immediate right has not yet reached "0,"
read back to the last number the hand passed. For example, the second dial is read
"6," because the dial to its right has passed "0."
- The above meter reading is: " ____."
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- By keeping records of the time and date of your readings, you can calculate your
EWEB's metering reading worksheet