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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:05 am
by GarnZ
Well as a follower of this forum, I am still dumbfounded as to what is going on.

A month ago I thought I had it all solved...
I thought that, slow time, I would be contacted by my supplier [EA] to have my "Schedule 25" meter converted from a Gross to Net. This would be carried out by a Accredited Service Provider (ASP) and I was told on this forum, it is a relative simple change over.

Some of you may recall, I showed a pic of the meter and mentioned that my neighbour, who is with a different supplier [AGL], also had a similar (schedule25) meter. Here's the funny part, yesterday an electrician came to my neighbours, with his permission, and changed out two meters and replaced it with a single digital meter.
This new digital meter bares no resemblance to the original Shedule25 meter, that was discussed previously.

I would suspect that this new meter is not free and may be placed on the Never-never pay-back scheme by the supplier. For interest, I'll ask my neighbour if I can get a pic of this new digital meter.
Any comments appreciated.

Re: NSW ~ SIMPLE GROSS To NET Change over

PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 4:31 pm
by GarnZ
Here's the pic of my neighbours new meter....
his must be the more expensive way of metering rather than the conversion of the schedule 25 meter.