The Current Usage (-149) reading is used to determine your net metering credit when you produced more electricity (sent to the grid) than you used to power your home.
This box shows a summary of all your charges. The breakdown is below.
The Current kWh reading shows the electricity produced by your solar installation last month.
An historical view of your monthly kWh production will be shown here.
If you see a zero in this summary of your monthly electric usage it means your solar system produced more energy than you used.
The Distributed Solar Charge pays for the cost of solar incentives in Massachusetts and is calculated based on both your solar production and electric consumption meters.
The amount on the NET MTR CRDT line ($-32.45) is calculated by multiplying your Current Usage by the net metering credit value. The Total Current Charges (-$25.53) reflect this net metering credit minus the delivery charge ($6.92). This credit will be applied toward next month's bill.