That is what my household meter read today. Prior to upgrading to my pole mount PV last June, I usually still had to buy power from the utility in January and February as I had used up my credit from the prior summer. Therefore my meter slowly crept up for a couple of years. Since last June with new capacity installed, the meter has been slowly running backwards even though I added a small freezer and used electric resistance heat occasionally. As of today my meter flipped over from 1 kW to 999999 KW. Really its just an arbitrary point but sort of like watching a car rollover its odometer, its nice to note. Bummer I missed the actual point where the number flipped. My electric bills are amusing, the utilities billing system really doesn't deal well with net metering, they attach a graph of past usage and the degree days to compare to the prior year to the current usage, on months I generate more power then I use, the program defaults at 320 KWhr/hr average. For quite awhile I got a real letter sent by a person telling me how much credit I banked but for the last two months the computer is trying hard but still not real happy. I am adding another 2 KW of PV in the next month or two. It will be used with a split heat pump and offset my wood usage plus provide some backup if I am not around to feed the stove. Looks like I need to keep an eye out for some electric baseboard. With net metering and mini split heat pumps combined with cheap solar and the fed 30% rebate for solar, its starting to look like heating with PV is competitive with other sources of heating. I expect with SRECs and FITs its even more attractive.