No problem in me supplying my spreadsheet but can't find a way of doing this, any ideas?. Basically the system I used is to show the number of units and standing charge I used for the previous 12 months (split into quarters) and assumed I would use the same for the next 12 months. Each quarter as I got my bill I would then update the spreadsheet to show what I actually used and any changes in unit cost and standing charges. This would result in a new 12 month rolling period. I also include my monthly direct debits and whether I am in credit or debit. I also work out from my 12 month rolling period whether at the end of the period I will be in credit or debit and would request changes to my direct debit payments accordingly, the aim that in 12 month hence i would have a zero credit or debit.
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Thanks there is still no way of entering my meter readings by any means at all when I log into my account. What is Bulb playing at?July 15
I keep a spreadsheet so that I can compare last year's cost and usage together with the estimated usage vs actual. I'm just surprised that the bar chart is so basic and doesn't even show the actual amount used so is of little use.June 8