Ever since PG&E finally finished the paperwork of our PowerWalls, since we also have solar, we have been put into the following billing "rate schedule": NEM2MT B Net Energy Metering Multiple Tariff Here's a sample of the PG&E bill: That is the entire electricity billing page that is available in the regular total bill. Furthermore, online, I cannot view any usage except for the net usage that you see above. Instead, I have been placed into that "Multiple" Tariff, and information about that gets mailed seperately via USPS to us as a paper printout of all the various types of charges back and forth. I have one of those someplace -- I can post a sample later. I do not believe it is available online; I looked for it. In typical fashion, PG&E implements future technology by harkening back to the outdated age of paper billing rather than computer billing, because it seems to use centralized one-size-fits-all planning that thinks it knows all but doesn't. This is our second Multiple Tariff billing. The prior rate plan we were on, Solar NEM2, was an annual billing with electrical charges totalled up and charged once per year. When we were put into the Multiple Tariff, that ended the prior NEM2 billing cycle prematurely, we were charged the full amount for a prematurely ended NEM2 "year", I had to pay it right then, and then we started a new NEM2 year within the Mutipe Tariff billing that we can only reconcile on paper.