Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04

Ohm recorded usage higher than my goal but PG&E shows 'estimated usage' so how was it verified?

On 7/30 my usage said I went over but I unpluged EVERYTHING & the information on my PG&E bill said my usage was 'estimated' for the 30th & 31st so how was the system able to verify I went over my wattage causing me to lose my streak & points?

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  • alan-7alan-7 Posts: 2Member

    @avanalstein said:
    On 7/30 my usage said I went over but I unpluged EVERYTHING & the information on my PG&E bill said my usage was 'estimated' for the 30th & 31st so how was the system able to verify I went over my wattage causing me to lose my streak & points?

    I had the same issue on a recent prize ohm hour on Oct 15, 2019 7-8pm in Northern California. I was thinking there is no way I could have gone over the goal and when I checked my PG&E account, the power usage reported was estimated based on past usage numbers. Am I just SOL? It seems that unless PG&E can retroactively produce some "non-estimated" results, I don't know what could be done to fix this.

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