On or around the last day of the month, an IGU operator reads the gas meter. The current month’s read is subtracted from the prior month’s read. From this calculation, IGU determine’s how many CCF has been used between the two reads or billing cycle. A CCF is a unit of measurement of volume. The CCF is used to measure gas consumption delivered to homes and businesses. 1 CCF = 100 cubic feet.
An example of how to calculate the cost to heat the home using the current Residential Rate of $2.081 per CCF would be:
100 CCF x $2.081 = $208.10*
*Additional customer charge is added to the final bill.