I hoping someone can explain this one to me.... Background: I have an analog meter from the electrical company still, and it spins backwards all day long on sunny days with my GTI w/5000 watts of solar panels. I live in Massachusetts which gets a mix of rain/cloud/sun and my GTI tells me I generated about 400KWH last month. The issue: My bill hasn't changed since installing solar, I normally use about 1000KWH a month, so I expected to see about 600KWH. When I compare the analog meter reading to the bill, it is off by 10KWH and when I called the electric company they said the readings are now electronic even if I have an analog meter and the electronic is what they base the bill off of. So I suspect that the analog meter reading is useless and all the energy I'm pumping back into the grid is not being credited to me. Anyone else heard of this electronic meter reading method the power companies use that doesn't reflect correctly on the analog meter attached to the house?