This page gives you more information about the different kind of meters and how to read them.

Electricity: Normal rate or night-only rate

Both types of meters have one meter reading.
If your meter reading begins with zeros, you do not need to note these.

  • First check that the last four figures of your meter number correspond to the number indicated on your letter.
  • Note your meter reading. The figures after the comma do not have to be noted.

Electricity: normal rate or night-only rate

(1) In our example, the meter reading is 5419.

(2) In our example, the last 4 figures of the meter number are 9527.

Electricity: Dual hourly rate

A dual-rate meter (day / night) has two meter readings.
The meter reading consists maximum seven figures in front of the comma and one figure after it.

  • First check that the last four figures of your meter number correspond to the number indicated on your letter.
  • Note your meter reading. The figures after the comma do not have to be noted.
    Notice the difference between a day meter reading (sun) and a night meter reading (moon)

 

Electricity: Dual hourly rate

(1) Day meter reading: sun
In our example the meter reading for the day meter is 2180.

(1) Night meter reading: moon
In our example the meter reading for the night meter is 7543.

(2) In our example, the last 4 figures of the meter number are 6945.

Electronic meter


You will find all information about reading electronic meters in the electronic meter folder. (dutch or french)
Electronic meter

 

Gas meter

A gas meter reading consists of a maximum of eight figures in front of the comma and three figures after it.
If your meter reading begins with zeros, you do not need to note these.

  • First check that the last four figures of your meter number correspond to the number indicated on your letter.
  • Note your meter reading. The figures after the comma do not have to be noted.

Gas meter
(1) In our example the meter reading is 2862.
(2) In our example, the last 4 figures of the meter number are 5486.