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If you have a meter with numbers which roll like a car odometer,
or an electronic meter with a digital display,
reading your meter is straightforward. If you have one like the
the one below, here are the instructions for reading it.
Analog Hydro Meter
Start with the dial at the far left and move right.
In this case the meter reads:
On this meter you can see "MULT x10" on the bottom.
That means the last dial is 10 kWh per mark.
You can estimate in-between the marks.
If it is between two marks, it is the lower of the two.
Watch that some dials on the same meter read up clockwise
and some up counter-clockwise.
Once you know how to read the meter, measure your
what your bill will be.