How to Calculate Your Commission on an Energy Referral

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Using an actual energy bill or a monthly usage estimate, type the number of kilowatt hours consumed on line one. The number then is converted to megawatts and multiplied by your annual commission rate. (Example: $2.00 per megawatt hour.) 

The calculations at the bottom show the first year commission paid within 30 to 45 days and the total commissions paid for a four-year enrollment. 

The commission on a building consuming 100,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month could amount to as much as $2,400 in the first year of a four-year enrollment and $9,600 over the duration of the enrollment.

Partners can anticipate commissions in these ranges, however, your actual commission may be higher or lower. Commission rates never change during the life of a referral agreement.

Call if you need assistance calculating commissions or want information on current rates.