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We analyze your house’s historical energy usage to understand how your house uses and/or wastes energy in varying weather conditions.

Here's step-by-step instructions on how to collect your energy usage history directly from your utility provider.

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What utilities do you have? Choose all that apply:

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Natural Gas Provider

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Con Edison NYSEG and RGE ORU National Fuel Gas National Grid Upstate and Long Island National Grid Metro Corning Natural Gas Elizabethtown Gas NJ Natural Gas Southern Connecticut Gas Connecticut Natural Gas PSEG NJ Eversource Energy PGW Philadelphia Gas Works PECO South Jersey Gas UGI Columbia Gas Central Hudson Peoples Gas North Shore Gas Nicor Gas Peoples Gas PA

Propane Provider

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General Propane Collection

Oil Provider

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General Oil Collection COD Fuel

Electricity Provider

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PSEG Long Island Jersey Central Power and Light Rockland Electric Company The United Illuminating Company Con Edison NYSEG and RGE ORU National Grid Upstate and Long Island National Grid Metro PSEG NJ Eversource Energy FirstEnergy PECO UGI PPL Electric Atlantic City Electric Central Hudson ComEd Duquense Light Co

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Natural Gas

Con Edison

How to collect the past two years of your Con Edison natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to https://www.coned.com/en/login and log in to your Con Edison online portal
  2. At the top of the page select “Account and Billing” then “My Account”
  3. Next, select “Billing & Usage” then “Your Billing & Usage”Con Ed Customer Usage Collection
  4. Scroll down below the graph, and click on the “Green Button Download My Data” button (If you don’t see the Green Button, click the long gray bar first)
    Con Ed Customer Usage Collection 2
  5. Ensure that CSV is selected as the file format and press “Export”Con Ed Customer Usage Collection 3
  6. Attach the downloaded file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

NYSEG and RGE

How to collect the past two years of your NYSEG and RGE natural gas usage history.

  1. Log in to your account on the NYSEG or RGE website
  2. Scroll down until you see the “Usage Information” chartCustomer collection process for NYSEG/RGE
  3. Click on “View Usage” below the graph
  4. On the following page, take a screenshot of the gas usage table Customer collection process for NYSEG/RGE 2
  5. Please include your account number in the screenshot, or send it to your Solution Architect
  6. Attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

ORU

How to collect the past two years of your ORU natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to the ORU Website and log in using your email and password
  2. At the top of the page, click “Account & Billing” then click “My Account”ORU1
  3. Next, select “Billing & Usage” then “Your Billing & Usage”ORU3 (1)
  4. Scroll down below the graph, and click on the “Green Button Download My Data” button (If you don’t see the Green Button, click the long gray bar first)ORU6
  5. Ensure that CSV is selected as the file format and press “Export”ORU9 (1)
  6. Attach the downloaded file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

National Fuel Gas

How to collect the past two years of your National Fuel Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to https://www.nationalfuel.com/ and log into your account. If you do not already have an online account, click “Create Account”. You will be redirected to another page. Enroll by entering your account number (found on a past bill) and your zip code.How to create a National Fuel Gas Online Account
  2. The information we require should be found under a table titled Billing Activity Information. Please request the past two years of energy usage. We need the following information:
    1. Date
    2. Reading
    3. Read type
    4. Gas CCF amounts
  3. The table should look like the sample below: How to create a National Fuel Gas Online Account 2
  4. Save this table and send it to your Solution Architect via email
  5. If you do not have an online portal, please call National Fuel and request the last two years of your gas usage

National Grid Upstate and Long Island

How to collect the past two years of your National Grid Upstate and Long Island natural gas usage history.

If you have never tried to access your online National Grid Portal, please follow step 1. If you have, please skip to step 2.

  1. Before you sign in to your National Grid account:
    1. Select your region (New York).
    2. Select your region (Upstate or Long Island).
    3. Select what kind of customer you are (Home).
  2. Sign in with your username and password.National Grid
  3. Once you are on the main page, click on Track Usage.National Grid 3
  4. Scroll down and select Table View.
  5. On the top right-hand corner of the screen, select download data.National Grid Download Data
  6. Download Spreadsheet (.csv).
  7. Please email this spreadsheet to your Solution Architect.

National Grid Metro

How to collect the past two years of your National Grid Metro natural gas usage history.

  1. Before you are able to log in to your National Grid Metro access portal, you will need to find your “Access Code” as well as your account number National Grid Access Code
  2. Sign in with your User ID and Password (These are different from your account number and access code)Metro1
  3. Once on the main homepage of your National Grid Metro account, please click on: “Usage History, Current Bill & Energy Use Analysis” as pictured below (If you experience loading issues try using Firefox as an internet browser) Metro2
  4. After clicking that, you will be brought to this page
  5. Click on “Export” and please send the downloaded excel file to your Solution Architect via email

Corning Natural Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Corning Natural Gas natural gas usage history.

Unfortunately, we are not partnered with Corning Natural Gas at this time. However, we can still work with them with your help! Below are the steps you can take to collect your Corning Natural Gas usage:

  1. Corning Natural Gas requires verbal confirmation from the Homeowner (you) to release any kind of information to a third party (us). Please call them at 607-936-3755 or 800-834-2134.
  2. Next, please request the past 2 years (if applicable) of your usage history.
  3. Please ask them to include: Read Date, Read Status, and “Billed Usage” in CCF’s.
  4. You will receive an email from Corning Natural Gas with your attached usage. Please send this to your Solution Architect directly.

On the following page is a sample of what you should be receiving from Corning Natural Gas:

How to Request Corning Natural Gas

Elizabethtown Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Elizabethtown Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Navigate to the portal by using the following link https://www.elizabethtowngas.com/.
  2. Enter your username and password.
  3. Once logged in, you will be directed to this screen. Elizabeth Town Gas Usage Collection Instructions
  4. Click on the USAGE HISTORY tab.
  5. After clicking on the USAGE HISTORY tab you. will see your usage displayed like this. Elizabeth Town Gas Usage Collection Instructions 2
  6. You will then want to download your usage to an excel spreadsheet. To do this, click on the button in the top right corner that looks like this.Elizabeth Town Gas Usage Collection Instructions 3
  7. Your downloaded usage will look like this. Elizabeth Town Gas Usage Collection Instructions 4
  8. Attach this downloaded file to an email and send it directly to your Solution Architect.

NJ Natural Gas

How to collect the past two years of your NJ Natural Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Log in or create an account at https://www.njng.com/my-account-services/login.aspx.NJ Natural Gas Usage Self-Collection Instructions
  2. Under ‘Account Summary’ select “View Bill History.”NJ Natural Gas Usage Self-Collection Instructions 2
  3. Once in the Bill History section, select “Expand All Bills.”NJ Natural Gas Usage Self-Collection Instructions 3
  4. This is an example of what the exported data should look like.NJ Natural Gas Usage Self-Collection Instructions 4
  5. Select “Save” NJ Natural Gas Usage Self-Collection Instructions 5
  6. Attach the downloaded file to an email and send it directly to your Solution Architect.

Southern Connecticut Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Southern Connecticut Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Log in or create an account at
    https://www.soconngas.com/wps/portal/scg/myaccount/login.SCG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions
  2. Under the “Account Services,” section click on the “Energy Analyzer” icon.SCG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 2
  3. Click on the dropdown next to the text “Energy Analyzer”, then select “Bill
    History”, as shown below.SCG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3
  4. Once on the Bill History page, select the “Usage Detail” button on the bottom half of the screen, then select the “Export this view” button, as shown below.SCG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 4
  5. This is an example of what the exported data will look like. SCG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 5
  6. Attach this downloaded file to an email and send it directly to your Solution Architect.

Connecticut Natural Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Connecticut Natural Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Log in or create an account at
    https://www.cngcorp.com/wps/portal/cng/myaccount/login.CNG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions
  2. Under the “Account Services,” section click on the “Energy Analyzer” icon.CNG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 2
  3. Click on the dropdown next to the text “Energy Analyzer”, then select “Bill History,” as shown below.CNG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3
  4. Once on the Bill History page, select the “Usage Detail” button on the bottom half of the screen, then select the “Export this view” button, as shown below.CNG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 4
  5. This is an example of what the exported data will look like.CNG CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 5
  6. Attach this downloaded file to an email and send it directly to your Solution Architect.

PSEG NJ

How to collect the past two years of your PSEG NJ natural gas usage history.

  1. Log in or create an account at nj.myaccount.pseg.com/user/loginPSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions
  2. Under ‘My Account’ select “Billing and Payment History.”PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 2
  3. Once in the Billing & Payment History section, scroll down and find “Account Statement” on the right-hand side. Then click “Request Statement.”PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 5
  4. In the Download to Excel section, select the 13 Months option, then click continue. The excel file will download automatically. PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 4.1PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 4
  5. This is an example of what the exported data will look like. Please attach this to an email and send it to your Solution Architect. PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 3

Eversource Energy

How to collect the past two years of your Eversource Energy natural gas usage history.

  1. Login or create an account at eversource.comEversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions
  2. Under the ‘My Account’ dropdown select “View Usage.”Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 2
  3. Once in the Usage History section, click on the dropdown arrow next to “View Data From:” and select 24 months, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3
  4. Once 24 months has been selected, click on the “Download my secure data with Green Button” icon.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 4
  5. A popup should appear with the header “DOWNLOAD YOUR DATA USING GREEN BUTTON”. In this box, make sure that the “CSV” box has been selected underneath where it says “How would you like to download your data?”. Proceed by clicking on the “DOWNLOAD DATA” button, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 5
  6. Once that button has been clicked, open the CSV file wherever downloads are found on your device. For Chrome users specifically, there will be a small box in the bottom left corner of your browser where you can click on the downloaded file, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 6
  7. This is an example of what the exported data should look like. Please attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 7

PGW Philadelphia Gas Works

How to collect the past two years of your PGW Philadelphia Gas Works natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to pgworks.com and log in with your Email and Password
  2. Click the “Usage” tab at the top of the screen
  3. Select “Export to Excel” on the bottom left side of the screen
  4. Once the Excel file named UsageDataMM/DD/YYYY.xls has downloaded,  select the “Billing” tab
  5. Select the “History” tab and click “Export to Excel”
  6. Once the Excel file named BIllingHistory.xls has downloaded,  attach both of these files to an email and send to your Solution Architect directly

PECO

How to collect the past two years of your PECO natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to secure.peco.com/accounts/login and log in with your Email and Password
  2. Go to “My Account” and click “My Usage”
  3. Select “My Green Button Data” from the list under “My Usage”
  4. Click the Green Button to download your energy history
  5. Select “Export all bill totals” and “CSV”
  6. Attach the exported UsageData.zip folder to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send it to your Solution Architect

South Jersey Gas

How to collect the past two years of your South Jersey Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to southjerseygas.com  and log in with your Username and Password
  2. Find the “Billing & Payments” tab and select “Account Summary”
  3. In the Account Statement page, enter your move-in date as the “Start Date” and today’s date as the “End Date”
  4. Select “Open PDF” and save the file to your computer
  5. Attach the PDF to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send it to your Solution Architect

UGI

How to collect the past two years of your UGI natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to ugi.com and login to your account with your User ID and Password
  1. Navigate to the “Usage” module
  2. Set the start date to your move-in date and the end date to today’s date
  3. Download your entire data into Excel format
  4. Attach the excel file to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send to your Solution Architect

Columbia Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Columbia Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to columbiagaspa.com and login to your account using your Email and Password
  2. Go to Bills & Payments and look for your most recent bill
  3. Click export as PDF
  4. Create an email with your first and last name as the subject, the downloaded pdf attached,  and send it to your Solution Architect

Central Hudson

How to collect the past two years of your Central Hudson natural gas usage history.

  1. For Central Hudson customers we need to know your account number in order to collect your energy usage history
  2. Find your most recent Central Hudson bill and note the account number in the top right of the bill
  3. Fill out this form with your personal information and that account number

Peoples Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Peoples Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to www.peoplesgasdelivery.com/ and log in with your username and password
  2. Click “View bill history”
  3. Scroll down until you see a table with your bill amounts
  4. Ensure that File type is set to Comma Separated Values (.csv) and click “Download”
  5. A .csv file that looks like this will download to your computer

  6. Once the file named BillHistory_Account_#######.csv has downloaded,  attach this file to an email and send to your Solution Architect

North Shore Gas

How to collect the past two years of your North Shore Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to www.northshoregasdelivery.com/ and log in with your username and password
  2. Click “View bill history”
  3. Scroll down until you see a table with your bill amounts
  4. Ensure that File type is set to Comma Separated Values (.csv) and click “Download”
  5. A .csv file that looks like this will download to your computer
  6. Once the file named BillHistory_Account_#######.csv has downloaded,  attach this file to an email and send to your Solution Architect

Nicor Gas

How to collect the past two years of your Nicor Gas natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to the Nicor Gas Portal and log in with your Email and Password
  2. Select “Usage History”
  3. Once in “Usage History” selectGo to Usage View” at the top left of the chart
  4. Next, click the green download arrow at the top right of the chart
  5. Below is an example of what the usage export looks like (Make sure you have downloaded the usage history, not the billing history)
  6. Attach the exported usage file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect

Peoples Gas PA

How to collect the past two years of your Peoples Gas PA natural gas usage history.

  1. Go to https://www.peoples-gas.com/ and click “E-ACCOUNT” in the top right
  2. Log-in using your email and password
  3. Navigate to the “Billing” tab
  4. Click “Statement of Account”
  5. Go to the “Usage Only” tab and download a PDF statement of your usage

Propane

General Propane Collection

How to collect the past two years of your General Propane Collection propane usage history.

How To Get Your Energy History From Your Propane Company:

  1. Log into your Propane company account
  2. Download a ledger of at least 1 year of your historical deliveries (ideally
    2 years)

Alternatively:

  1. Call your Propane company
  2. Give them your name, address, and phone number
  3. Tell them you are having an Energy Audit, and need them to send you a ledger of the past 2 years (if you have
    lived in the home less than 2 years, ask for at least 1 year)

Please note that we cannot accept the following items as propane ledgers:

  1. Your own personal record of dates and amounts
  2. Individual bills or receipts
  3. Be clear with them that you need the ledger to include the delivery volumes in gallons, not the dollar amounts that you were billed
  4. Have the energy company send the ledger to you by email

When you receive the ledger, please email it to EnergyAudits@Sealed.com.

If they are unable to send the ledger by email, ask them to fax the usage to this number: 516-366-5547

Example of a proper ledger:

Oil

General Oil Collection

How to collect the past two years of your General Oil Collection oil usage history.

How To Get Your Energy History From Your Oil Company:

  1. Log into your Oil Company account
  2. Download a ledger of at least 1 year of your historical deliveries (ideally 2 years)

Alternatively:

  1. Call your Oil Company
  2. Give them your name, address, and phone number
  3. Tell them you are having an Energy Audit, and need them to send you a ledger of the past 2 years of Oil deliveries to your home (if you have lived in the home less than 2 years, ask for at least 1 year)

Please note that we cannot accept the following items as oil ledgers:

  1. Your own personal record of oil delivery dates and amounts
  2. Individual oil bills or receipts
  3. Be clear with them that you need the ledger to include the delivery volumes in gallons, not the dollar amounts that you were billed
  4. Have the energy company send the ledger to you by email

When you receive the ledger, please forward it to your Solution Architect

If they are unable to send the ledger by email, ask them to fax the usage to this number: 516-366-5547.

Example of a proper ledger:

COD Fuel

How to collect the past two years of your COD Fuel oil usage history.

  1. Log into your COD Fuel online portal using your credentials
  2. Download or screenshot your oil order history from the past 2 years
  3. We need the screenshots to include the delivery volumes in gallons, not the dollar amounts that you were billed
  4. When logged into your COD account, select the ‘My Orders’ tab
  5. On the top of the page, you should select your address under ‘Property’
  6. Under ‘Year’ select the past 2 full years of your delivery data
  7. Select the ‘View Orders’ button to see all deliveries from the date range you selected
  8. You must select each delivery that appears. Selecting a delivery will bring you to the essential data needed, in a tab titled ‘Delivery Information’
  9. The ‘Delivery Information’ tab will be the area you screenshot for each delivery listed in your order history 
  10. This step will require several screenshots

Electric

PSEG Long Island

How to collect the past two years of your PSEG Long Island electricity usage history.

  1. Log on to https://myaccount.psegliny.com/user/login and enter your username and password.PSEG LI Customer Self Collection
  2. Click on Bills & Usage.PSEG LI Customer Self Collection 2
  3. Then click Usage History.PSEG LI Customer Self Collection 3
  4. Then click EXPORT TO EXCEL.PSEG LI Customer Self Collection 4
  5. Please send this to your Solution Architect directly.PSEG LI Customer Self Collection 5

Jersey Central Power and Light

How to collect the past two years of your Jersey Central Power and Light electricity usage history.

  1. Log on to https://www.firstenergycorp.com/log_in.html and enter your username and password.Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) Customer Self Collection
  2. Click on Usage History.Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) Customer Self Collection 2
  3. Screenshot the Usage History Table and please send this to your Solution Architect directly.Public Service Electric and Gas

Rockland Electric Company

How to collect the past two years of your Rockland Electric Company electricity usage history.

  1. Login to your account or create an account at https://www.oru.com/en/login.Rockland Electric Co. Customer Usage History Self-Collection Instructions
  2. Go to Download My Data to get a year’s worth of detailed information about your energy use in a single spreadsheet. The data is easy to share with third-party applications because it uses standardized formats and measurements, and contains no personally identifiable information.
  3. Please email this file to your Solution Architect.

The United Illuminating Company

How to collect the past two years of your The United Illuminating Company electricity usage history.

  1. Login or create an account at
    https://www.uinet.com/wps/portal/uinet/myaccount/loginUI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions
  2. Under the “Account Services” section click on the “Energy Analyzer” iconUI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 2
  3. Click on the dropdown next to the text “Energy Analyzer”, then select “Bill
    History”, as shown below
    (If you have any trouble opening the Energy Analyzer, try using a different browser)UI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3
  4. Once on the Bill History page, select the “Usage Detail” button on the bottom
    half of the screen, then select the “Export this view” button, as shown belowUI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3UI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 4
  5. This is an example of what the exported data should look like. Please attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect.UI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3UI CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 5

Con Edison

How to collect the past two years of your Con Edison electricity usage history.

  1. Go to https://www.coned.com/en/login and log in to your Con Edison online portal
  2. At the top of the page select “Account and Billing” then “My Account”
  3. Next, select “Billing & Usage” then “Your Billing & Usage”Con Ed Customer Usage Collection
  4. Scroll down below the graph, and click on the “Green Button Download My Data” button (If you don’t see the Green Button Download, click the long gray bar first)
    Con Ed Customer Usage Collection 2
  5. Ensure that CSV is selected as the file format and press “Export”Con Ed Customer Usage Collection 3
  6. Attach the downloaded file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

NYSEG and RGE

How to collect the past two years of your NYSEG and RGE electricity usage history.

  1. Log in to your account on the NYSEG or RGE website
  2. Scroll down until you see the “Usage Information” chartCustomer collection process for NYSEG/RGE
  3. Click on “View Usage” below the graph
  4. On the following page, take a screenshot of the electric usage table Customer collection process for NYSEG/RGE 2
  5. Please include your account number in the screenshot, or send it to your Solution Architect
  6. Attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

ORU

How to collect the past two years of your ORU electricity usage history.

  1. Go to the ORU Website and log in using your email and password
  2. At the top of the page, click “Account & Billing” then click “My Account”ORU1
  3. Next, select “Billing & Usage” then “Your Billing & Usage”ORU3 (1)
  4. Scroll down below the graph, and click on the “Green Button Download My Data” button (If you don’t see the Green Button, click the long gray bar first)ORU6
  5. Ensure that CSV is selected as the file format and press “Export”ORU9 (1)
  6. Attach the downloaded file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect directly

National Grid Upstate and Long Island

How to collect the past two years of your National Grid Upstate and Long Island electricity usage history.

If you have never tried to access your online National Grid Portal, please follow step 1. If you have, please skip to step 2.

  1. Before you sign in to your National Grid account:
    1. Select your region (New York).
    2. Select your region (Upstate or Long Island).
    3. Select what kind of customer you are (Home).
  2. Sign in with your username and password.National Grid
  3. Once you are on the main page, click on Track Usage.National Grid 3
  4. Scroll down and select Table View.
  5. On the top right-hand corner of the screen, select download data.National Grid Download Data
  6. Download Spreadsheet (.csv).
  7. Please attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect.

National Grid Metro

How to collect the past two years of your National Grid Metro electricity usage history.

  1. Before you are able to log in to your National Grid Metro access portal, you will need to find your “Access Code” as well as your account number National Grid Access Code
  2. Sign in with your User ID and Password (These are different from your account number and access code)Metro1
  3. Once on the main homepage of your National Grid Metro account, please click on: “Usage History, Current Bill & Energy Use Analysis” as pictured below (If you experience loading issues try using Firefox as an internet browser) Metro2
  4. After clicking that, you will be brought to this page
  5. Click on “Export” and please send the downloaded excel file to your Solution Architect via email

PSEG NJ

How to collect the past two years of your PSEG NJ electricity usage history.

  1. Log in or create an account at nj.myaccount.pseg.com/user/loginPSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions
  2. Under ‘My Account’ select “Billing and Payment History.”PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 2
  3. Once in the Billing & Payment History section, scroll down and find “Account Statement” on the right-hand side. Then click “Request Statement.”PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 5
  4. In the Download to Excel section, select the 13 Months option, then click continue. The excel file will download automatically. PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 4.1PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 4
  5. This is an example of what the exported data should look like. Please send this to your Solution Architect directly.PSE&G NJ Usage Self-Collection Instructions 3

Eversource Energy

How to collect the past two years of your Eversource Energy electricity usage history.

  1. Login or create an account at https://www.eversource.com/security/account/login.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions
  2. Under the ‘My Account’ dropdown select “View Usage.”Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 2
  3. Once in the Usage History section, click on the dropdown arrow next to “View Data From:” and select 24 months, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 3
  4. Once 24 months has been selected, click on the “Download my secure data with Green Button” icon.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 4
  5. A popup should appear with the header “DOWNLOAD YOUR DATA USING GREEN BUTTON”. In this box, make sure that the “CSV” box has been selected underneath where it says “How would you like to download your data?”. Proceed by clicking on the “DOWNLOAD DATA” button, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 5
  6. Once that button has been clicked, open the CSV file wherever downloads are found on your device. For Chrome users specifically, there will be a small box in the bottom left corner of your browser where you can click on the downloaded file, as shown below.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 6
  7. This is an example of what the exported data should look like. Please attach this file to an email and send it to your Solution Architect.Eversource CT Usage Self-collection Instructions 7

FirstEnergy

How to collect the past two years of your FirstEnergy electricity usage history.

  1. Go to  firstenergycorp.com and choose your electric provider from the “Electric Companies” list
  2. Log in with your username and password
  3. Click your name in the top right corner then navigate to “My Account”
  4. Once in “My Account”, select “Analyze Usage” on the left
  5. Once in “Analyze Usage”, select “Bill Comparison”
  6. In “Bill Comparison” scroll down and click “Green Button Download My Data”
  7. Select “Export all bill totals” and “CSV”, then click “Export”
  8. Attach the exported UsageData.zip folder to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send it to your Solution Architect

PECO

How to collect the past two years of your PECO electricity usage history.

  1. Go to secure.peco.com/accounts/login and log in with your Email and Password
  2. Go to “My Account” and click “My Usage”
  3. Select “My Green Button Data” from the list under “My Usage”
  4. Click the Green Button to download your energy history
  5. Select “Export all bill totals” and “CSV”
  6. Attach the exported UsageData.zip folder to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send it to your Solution Architect

UGI

How to collect the past two years of your UGI electricity usage history.

  1. Go to ugi.com and login to your account with your User ID and Password
  1. Navigate to the “Usage” module
  2. Set the start date to your move-in date and the end date to today’s date
  3. Download your entire data into Excel format
  4. Attach the excel file to an email, make the subject your first and last name, and send it to your Solution Architect

PPL Electric

How to collect the past two years of your PPL Electric electricity usage history.

  1. Go to pplelectric.com and log in using your Email or Username and Password
  2. At the top of the page, click “My Account” and then “Account Summary”
  3. On the left of the page click “Daily Electricity Usage”
  4. Scroll down to “Export up to 2 years of data to Excel”
  5. If you’ve moved into your home within the last 2 years, enter your move-in date as the “Start Date”. If you’ve been in the home longer than 2 years, enter today’s date in 2019 as the “Start Date” and today’s date as the “To Date”
  6. Click “Export” and an excel file will begin downloading
  7. Create an email with your first and last name as the subject, attach the downloaded excel file,  and send it to your Solution Architect

Atlantic City Electric

How to collect the past two years of your Atlantic City Electric electricity usage history.

  1. Go to atlanticcityelectric.com and click “Sign In” in the top right corner
  2. Sign In using your Email and Password
  3. Go to “My Account” and click “My Usage”
  4. Scroll down and click “My Green Button Data”
  5. Click “Green Button Download my Data”
  6. Select “CSV” and click “Export”
  7. This will download a folder called “UsageData.zip”. Attach that folder to an email, make the subject your first and last name,  and send it to your Solution Architect

Central Hudson

How to collect the past two years of your Central Hudson electricity usage history.

  1. For Central Hudson customers we need to know your account number in order to collect your energy usage history
  2. Find your most recent Central Hudson bill and note the account number in the top right of the bill
  3. Fill out this form with your personal information and that account number

ComEd

How to collect the past two years of your ComEd electricity usage history.

  1. Go to https://www.comed.com and log in with your Email and Password
  2. Go to “My Account” and click “My Usage”
  3. Select “My Green Button Data” from the list under “My Usage”
  4. Click the Green Button to download your energy history
  5. Select “Export all bill totals” and “CSV”
  6. Attach the exported UsageData.zip folder to an email and send it to your Solution Architect

Duquense Light Co

How to collect the past two years of your Duquense Light Co electricity usage history.

1. Go to https://www.duquesnelight.com/ and log in to your Duquesne Light online portal

 

2. Go to “Energy & Money Savings” and select “My Electric Usage”

 

3. Click the Green Button to download your energy history

 

4. Select “Export all bill totals” and “CSV”

Solar

Tesla

How to collect the past two years of your Tesla solar usage history.

  1. Open up the Tesla app – this can only be done via the app, not online.
  2. On the Home Screen, click on “Solar Home” (may also be titled “My Home” or “Custom User Created Name”).
  3. Click on Power Flow (may also be titled “My Home”), then click on “Solar.”
  4. Choose Date Range – we will need the past 2 years of data.
  5. Swipe up, and you will be given the the option to “download my data.”
  6. The report will download to your devices, and give you options to share the downloaded file.
  7. If you participate in net metering, we need to know how much of your solar energy your system historically net-metered each month. Net-metered amounts show up as negative amounts on your electricity bill, since this is how much power your solar system produced above what your household used.
  8. This link has an example table of net metering data that you should be able to find on your electric utility bill or on your online electric utility portal. Once you locate this data, please send an image of it attached with your solar production. We use this data to create an accurate and custom proposal for your home.
  9. Please send this to your Solution Architect directly.
  10. You can also call Tesla at 877-731-7652 and request to speak with an Energy Customer Support Agent.

Enphase

How to collect the past two years of your Enphase solar usage history.

  1. Navigate to https://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/ and log in with your credentials.
  2. Once you are logged in, click the three lines in the top right corner, and then select Reports.Enphase1
  3. Now you will see your daily production data in a table. From here you can download your data.
    1. Ensure that Daily Production is selected.
    2. Select the start date as two years ago. If the system was installed less than two years ago, please select the date the system was installed.
    3. Ensure that the end date is the current date.Enphase2
  4. Click the arrow to download your solar production data. If you participate in net metering, we need to know how much of your solar energy your system historically net metered each month. Net metered amounts show up as negative amounts on your electricity bill, since this is how much power your solar system produced above what your household used. This link has an example table of net metering data that you should be able to find on your electric utility bill or on your online electric utility portal. Once you locate this data, please send an image of it attached with your solar production. We use this data to create an accurate and custom proposal for your home.
  5. The data will be exported as a .CSV file. Please then email this file to your Solution Architect.

Solar Edge

How to collect the past two years of your Solar Edge solar usage history.

  1. Navigate to https://monitoring.solaredge.com/ and log in with your credentials.
  2. Once you are logged in, you will be able to view your production Dashboard. From here you will be able to download your data.
    1. Ensure that Month is selected at the top of the Power and Energy box.
    2. Click the CSV page icon in the top right-hand corner of the Power and Energy box to export this data as a CSV.
    3. Name the file MonthYear.csv (e.g. Feb19.csv) and save it to a folder named YourLastName_SolarProduction.SolarEdge1
  3. Now click Previous Month at the bottom of the Power and Energy box. Follow steps 2a-c with each month for the last two years, or as long as you have had your system.
  4. If you participate in net metering, we need to know how much of your solar energy your system historically net metered each month. Net metered amounts show up as negative amounts on your electricity bill, since this is how much power your solar system produced above what your household used. This link has an example table of net metering data that you should be able to find on your electric utility bill or on your online electric utility portal. Once you locate this data, please send an image of it attached with your solar production. We use this data to create an accurate and custom proposal for your home.SolarEdge2
  5. Please email this folder containing your production data to your Solution Architect.

SunPower

How to collect the past two years of your SunPower solar usage history.

  1. Go to the SunPower website and log in with your username and password by clicking “MY SUNPOWER” in the upper right corner

  2. Select “Homeowners Login” when prompted
  3. On the My SunPower homepage click “Custom” in the top right corner
  4. On the calendar, first click the date your solar panels were installed, then click today’s date

  5. Click the small cloud button above the bar graph to export your daily production data

  6. This excel file will download to your computer
  7. Attach the excel file to an email and send it directly to your Solution Architect

SunnyPortal

How to collect the past two years of your SunnyPortal solar usage history.

  1. Go to the SunnyPortal Website and log in using your Email and Password


  2. Once you are logged in, click “Energy and Power” on the left menu


  3. Select the “Month” tab above the graph of your solar generation


  4. This will present you with your “Daily Solar Generation”. Move your mouse over the Gear in the bottom right of the graph, then press the “Download” button (in the middle). This will download the current month’s “Daily Solar Generation”


  5. Next, select the month dropdown and pick the previous month, then download the data for that month


  6. Continue this process to download usage from the last 12 months
  7. Once the last 12 months of your solar data has been downloaded, attach these files to an email and send it to your Solution Architect

Send us your data

Email us

  1. Gather your downloaded data tables.
  2. Attach them to an email and send directly to your Solution Architect.

Or upload directly

You can also upload your data tables directly to our Google Drive folder.

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