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Sub-Metering Bill Calculator

Learn how to determine your Sub-Metering Bill Charge rate.

To obtain electricity charge information enter your zip code, desired date range (within the last 13 months, and should not be more than 34 days), and kilowatt-hour consumption.

What is Sub-metering?

If you live in a building that is sub-metered (a building with one master electric meter supplies several living units through individual submeters), use the calculator to determine what your electric charges would have been if you had been billed by Con Edison directly. By regulation, your electric bill cannot exceed what Con Ed would have charged you for the same usage doing the same period.

Your calculated charges will vary depending on your ZIP Code, the time period, and consumption that you enter. For an accurate comparison, the time period and consumption should match the bill provided by your landlord or board.

This calculator is for use by residential electric end users and is offered for comparative purposes only. Residents of sub-metered buildings should direct any questions about their charges to their landlord or board. Residents may also contact the Department of Public Service at 1-800-342-3377 if they cannot resolve billing issues with their landlord or board. 

Our rates and terms of service are governed by the Department of Public Service, which regulates the state's electric, gas, and steam utilities. Learn more.

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