Generate an energy bill in the variable time range

Now, IAMMETER-Cloud does not support the billing period that more than one month.
You can customize the billing day, but can not change the billing period from one month to two months.
Because some countries have a billing period of more than one month, we provide a temporary solution.



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In this way, you can select the start time and end time of the energy billing, then it will calculate the total energy consumption and billing for you(only support fixed rate now).

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Hi,

Is it possible to add this option to: "Bill & Income &Saving"?

I have six months of balancing the energy used with the exported one.


Now, IAMMETER-Cloud does not support the billing period that more than one month.You can customize the billing day, but can not change the billing period from one month to two months. Because some countries have a billing period of more than one month, we provide a temporary solution.In this way, you can select the start time and end time of the energy billing, then it will calculate the total energy consumption and billing for you(only support fixed rate now).

We want to upgrade our system to provide such features.

You can use 1 month, 2 months, 3 months, 4 months, and 6 months as a display unit (a row of data). For example, if you choose "2 months" as a unit, the final annual report will summarize the data of every two months into one row. In this way, the annual report will change from 12 rows of data to 6 rows of data.

But for the limitation of "Tiered Rate", the billing is still calculated in a month, you can select the different start day of the billing period, but the length is fixed to one month.


Does this meet your requirements?


Yes, it wold be ok.
But additional, could you consider to add oportunity hide some not needed column, as Peak, Offpeak, or other.








additional point:

Could you consider adding something similar to my private "carpet diagram".

On horizontal line is data, day by day (on may since half of April to end of October), on a vertical line is time, on my diagram since 4am to 10pm (PV system).

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