This table outlines the data in each column of the file Ausgrid provides for sites with flat rate or accumulation meters.
The National Metering Identifier which identifies your metering installation. Your NMI should be located on your electricity bill.
Identifies a particular data stream e.g. domestic, control load or solar.
Identifier for a particular metering data source associated with a meter.
Physical unit that measures the flow of electricity. The meter number associated with the data is shown in this field.
Used to indicate the direction of the electricity flow. If the value is “IN” then the electricity is flowing from the electricity grid into the premises and represents electricity consumption. If the value is “OUT” then the electricity is flowing from the premises into the electricity grid and represents electricity generation.
Current Read Date
Date when the meter was last read or attempted to be read.
Reading taken from the latest actual meter read or the calculated value where a reading could not be obtained.
Current Reading Flag
Indicates how the latest read was obtained. A value of “A” indicates an actual read was obtained. The value of “Z” indicates the read was calculated eg estimated.
Previous Read Date
Date when a previous meter read was last attempted.
Value of the previous reading where an actual read was obtained or calculated readings where a reading could not be obtained.
Previous reading flag
Indicates how the previous readings were obtained. A value of “A” indicates an actual read was obtained. The value of “Z” indicates the read was calculated eg estimated.
Calculated consumption or generation in kWh between Meter Reads.
Proposed next schedule Read Date.
Date and time of when the metering data was last updated in our system.