You will need

- calculator;
- - meter readings for all apartments;
- - testimony of communal counter;
- previous readings on all meters.

Instruction

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Pay for the consumed

**electricity**in**places**of the General*use*of receipt showing payment for the current month. Own personal count is not necessary. This involved the authorized representatives of the owner of an apartment building and send the receipt in the name of the owner or responsible tenant housing.2

The calculation is made according to the "Rules of granting of utilities", which are approved by the Government of the Russian Federation No. 307 dated 20.05.06. The formula to calculate: take readings at the building counter, multiplied by the current in the region rate. Count separately the consumed

**electricity**in the apartments. It turns out the difference which is paid for consumed**electricity**in**areas**of common*use*. Next, the calculated ratio, which must be paid by the owner or renter. The amount of electricity consumed in the apartment multiplied by a factor.3

To verify the correctness of the calculation and the accrued amount, you can own. To do this, from the amount of consumption of communal counter subtract the total consumption of electricity in all apartments. For example, the total power consumption calculated by the readings of condominium of the counter is 1000 kW, the house has 5 apartments. The first apartment had spent over a month of 100 kW, the second - 50 kW, the third – 150 kW, the fourth - 120 kW, the fifth - 200 kW. 100+50+150+120+200=620 kW was out of the apartment. Of the total, which in the example is 1000 kW, subtract the total amount of electricity consumed, i.e. 620, get a 380 kW is the amount of electricity consumed at a block of flats.

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Calculate the factor to apply to each apartment. For this 380 kW divide by 620, will 0,61 – this is the factor by which each owner or renter of the housing will receive a receipt. The amount of charge is directly proportional to the consumed electricity in his apartment. The more kWh of electricity consumed by tenants in the apartment, the higher the amount you pay for a block of flats.