Gas invoices from LASER display the following information:
1. Invoice Address – Where the invoice is being sent.
2. Invoice Number – The identification number for that specific invoice.
3. Tax Point Date – The date the invoice was issued by LASER.
4. Supplier Site – The gas suppliers reference (please note this is not the LASER reference number)
5. Supplier Invoice – This is the gas suppliers invoice number.
6. Supply Address – This is the site address that is using the gas being charged for.
7. REFERENCE – (on the left) this is the invoice group number.
8. REFERENCE – (on the right) this is the LASER account reference – to be quoted if you are calling LASER and have any queries.
9. Gas supply by – This is the company who have supplied your gas for the invoice period
10. Meter No – This is your meter supply number (as described previously)
11. Pres date – This is the date of the most recent reading being billed to.
12. Pres read – This is the most recent reading being billed to.
13. Type – This is the type of reading being used. If this is an ‘A’ the read is actual if this is an ‘E’ the read is estimated.
14. Prev date – This is the date of the opening read being billed to.
15. Prev read – This is the opening reading being billed to.
16. Units – This is the kWh of gas used between the two readings
17. CF – Your meter records the actual cubic feet of Gas, which has passed through it. This cubic foot measurement must be made standard by considering outside influence such as temperature and pressure. The measurement is standardised by either fitting a corrector, which displays a standard reading of gas, pre-defined correction factor, which will not alter during the year.
18. CV – The Calorific Value of gas is a factor provided by British Gas, which notes the energy quality of the gas supplied to your area. The Factor will fluctuate monthly based on both the energy quality and seasonal conditions. The higher the calorific value, the more energy can be obtained from a volume of gas.
19. Adj Units – This is the units multiplied by the CF.
20. kWh’s – This is the amount of energy you are using for the period of the invoice.
21. Unit Price – This is the price that has been agreed on your contract to charge you at.
22. Net Value – This is the total cost of the rate being charged.
23. Climate Change Levy – This is a government-introduced tax on commercial gas consumption, to encourage reduced energy consumption.
24. VAT – This is the percentage tax that you are charged for your gas consumption.
25. Amount Due for payment – this is the total cost of the invoice including Consumption, CCL and VAT.