 Rates Request
 Rates Response
 Bill Request
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 Bills{...}

 HoursInBill
 Rate{...}
 BillTotals{...}
 EnergyTotals{...}
 PeriodBills[{...}]
 BillSavings Request
 BillSavings Response
ProductionCreditAccounting
Bills.PeriodBills.ProductionCreditAccounting
Contains a detailed accounting of utility bill credit received, credit used in the current billing period, and credit carried over to the subsequent billing period. This information is useful for examining the detailed accounting of utility bill credits that result from net metering or other means for utilities to credit customer generation.
CreditUnit
The unit, currency or energy, used by the utility to credit the customer for energy produced. This defines the units for the values of other parameters within ProductionCreditAccounting.
Possible Values: A string equal to “Dollars” or “kWh”.
CarryoverFromPreviousPeriod
The amount of credit not used in a previous billing period and carried over to the current billing period.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.
AddedThisPeriod
The amount of credit accrued during the current billing period. This is the sum of all EnergyCredits under Seasons and TouPeriods.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.
AvailableThisPeriod
The total amount of credit available for use in the current period. This is the sum of CarryoverFromPreviousPeriod and AddedThisPeriod.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.
UsedThisPeriod
The total amount of credit used from the total amount available this period.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.
CarryoverToNextPeriod
The total amount of credit not used in the current period and carried over to the next period.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.
AnnualTrueUp
Credit that is applied in the final billing period of the year. Annual trueup credit is issued if excess credits are available at the end of the year that are eligible to be applied to charges paid earlier in the year. Annual trueup is only applicable to annual net metering or perennial net metering, not monthly net metering.
Possible Values: A decimal value such as 10.00.