# OH Forecast Actual Usage Now Available

Union CityModerator Posts: 1,017
edited June 2017
Not sure if anyone noticed, but now these 2 pieces of data are tracked and listed in your point history (at least for me, so I'm assuming for everyone too).

This has been request SO MANY times. Thanks for finally listening & acting on our feedback OC!

And I love this because now I can determine what the \$ / kW was for each OH and the overall average for all of the OH's that were called for me.

If you want to know how to calculate your \$ / kWh, check out this discussion:
https://forum.ohmconnect.com/discussion/comment/1651#Comment_1651

@curtistongue Maybe the \$ / kWh can be automatically calculated and included on the historical point spreadsheet as well?

• San DiegoMember, Moderator Posts: 1,625

I like that they've added the other columns too so you can easily figure out if the bonus was calculated correctly.

• Member Posts: 37

They also added OHs that you opt out of but they need to include the forecast and usage for them also so we know how they calculate your savings for your status level.

• Union CityModerator Posts: 1,017
@Chris Lapaz Agreed!

@curtistongue Can your team do that? It'll be great for transparency!
• Member Posts: 1
I’m a diamond status so should be getting 2.5x. My question is what 2.5x what? I have only been getting about 1.5x my base points.
• San DiegoMember, Moderator Posts: 1,625
Base points + 1.5 x Base points = base points x (1+1.5) = basepoints X 2.5

Yes it's confusing....that's how they do it.
• San MateoMember Posts: 141
It’s marketing double-speak, in my opinion. While it’s halfway defensible to call the diamond bonus a 2.5x multiplier in isolation, there is no way that the math works out when combined with the 3x mega “multiplier”. They should call it a 150% bonus and 200% bonus to be less deceptive.
• Member Posts: 2
I went round and round with support about this issue. Their math does not make sense. 2.5 times 2 equals 5. There is no other answer. It’s maddening.
• Member Posts: 351

or when you make negative power, math is not following the rules...