The back page of the bill shows you how much energy you have used and how you will be charged. It shows you the period that is being billed (usually the first day to the last day of a month) and your meter identification number.
Your smart meter reading will normally be marked with an ‘A’, to show that it is an actual reading taken automatically from your heat meter - and is therefore an accurate record of what you have used.
The back page of the bill also shows you how many units of heat you have consumed and the charge (in pence) per kwh, as set by your heat supplier.
‘Price Per Day Charge’
This is the daily standing charge set by your heat supplier, which is a fixed charge for every day of your connection to the heating network.
‘Total charges for Heating & Hot Water’
This is the total owed by you for the period billed, including VAT. This amount is shown on the front page of your bill as ‘New Charges’.