# What Is Hm3 In Gas Bill?

To get a monthly gas reading in cubic hectometers, multiply cubic meters by 100. (Hm3). For example, 113/100=1.13 Hm3 3. The GCV is printed on the gas bill (for example, it is 933 in this case). To compute MMBTU, multiply the GCV by the number of consumed units in Hm3 and divide by 281.7358.

## On a gas meter, what is one unit?

The amount of gas consumed at a property is measured in units of gas. One kilowatt hour (kWh) of gas utilized equals one unit of gas. It’s vital to note that your gas meter doesn’t directly reflect how many units you’re consuming; instead, depending on the type of meter you have, it measures the amount of gas used by volume in Cubic Meters (m3) or Cubic Feet (ft3). Your energy provider converts this to Units (kWh’s) on your gas bill. You’ll be charged in pence per kWh (unit) of gas used after that.

### To convert imperial gas meter readings to kWh:

• Take a reading on the meter.
• To calculate the volume of gas utilized, subtract the new meter reading from the prior reading.
• Multiply by 0.0283 OR divide by 35.315 to convert from cubic feet to cubic meters.
• Multiply by the calorific value of the food (40.0).
• Multiply by the kWh conversion factor (3.6).

## How do I figure out what my gas meter reading is?

Gas bills show your usage in kilowatt hours, despite the fact that gas meters detect the volume of gas used in hundreds of cubic feet or cubic metres (kWh). The following is the industry standard formula for converting cubic measures to kWh.