- Imperial Meter ( Old meter )
- Metric Meter ( New Meter )

- From the above Metric meter, the meter is reading
**2,418,368**cubic meters. You need to provide reading of**02418**to the supplier that is**2,418**cubic meters. - From the above Imperial meter, the meter reading is
**476,230.6**cubic feet. You need to provide reading of**4762**to the supplier that is**4,762**cubic feet.

- Subtract your previous reading from current reading to get the
**number of units used for billing period**. - If you have a
**Metric Meter Ignore this step**. If your meter is**Imperial, you need to convert cubic feet to cubic meters**. you need to multiply the units you’ve used by**2.83** - Next, This figure is multiplied by
**calorific value**that is**39.5**. - Multiply this
**number with 1.02264**to get the**correction factor. This corrects the volume of gas to account for temperature and pressure (as gas expands and contracts).**. - Divide the number by
**3.6**.This converts it to**kWh**. - Last step is to multiply this with
**price-per-kWh (price per kilowatt hour as detailed on your gas bill )**.

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