All, Our recent electric bill outlined the following: Jun 22 KWH Reading (Actual) 41,797 May 20 KWH Reading (Actual) 40,346 Kilowatt Hours Metered 1,451 Jun 22 KWH Out (Actual) 20,007 May 20 KWH Out (Actual) 19,149 Kilowatt Hours Out 858 We were billed for 593KWH as the above data would suggest we should have been. The concern is that our solar meter (which we use to report production to the solar energy credit broker) reports a cumulative production figure of over 27,000 KWH, not the 20,007 the power company reports. The meters have not been swapped since the installation of the array and a production report from the Enphase website very closely correlates with the solar meter on the house. Is there something wrong here? I realize that some of the power produced by the array may be used instantaneously by our home, but the data from the power company would suggest that over 17% of the power produced by the array is used as it's generated. That figure strikes me as very, very high, given that we are not home to demand hot water, charge cars, etc... when production is at it's peak. FWIW - we run A/C 3-4 times per summer at most and our heat source is not a large electricity user. Thanks in advance to anyone who can offer up some direction.