I'm afraid that makes it worse 3 Aug to 31 Oct 201790$403.185 May to 2 Aug 201790$428.424 Feb to 4 May 201790$773.856 Nov to 3 Feb 201790$667.48 360$2,272.93 If I look at the billing for the last year (see table above) it still does not make any sense to me. The forecast for $4704 for the year 2018 does not seem to be related in any part to historic trends. I would understand a charge of $280, as a spread over for the year (this would tally to $3360) which would allow you to recoup my consum ...

Yes - a little more analysis has revealed the following - If I divided the figure of $4592.17 into 1151 days, the average daily rate is $3.99.If I divided the figure of $4704.00 into 365 days, the average daily rate is $12.89. I think that this is a failry substantial increase in anyones books?

I have queried this a few time in the last few months but remain at a distinct loss on the mathematics invovled in BILL SMOOTHING.It is supposed to be an average of your forecasted consumption that I get. What I dont get is how the forecast is calculated? If it using your past consumtion? I have analysed my past bills from 4th Decmber 2015 until 29 January 2018. I was charged $4592.17 for the joy of having electrity for a period of 1151 days. AGL in their mathematical genius have indicated t ...