187L per day!
That's the total for the five of us, not per person. This is in line with the drop I saw in the last readings period after the tanks were connected to the laundry and toilet. Looks like sub-200 territory is here to stay, at least while there's water in the tanks.
With that qualification in mind, I'm going to start reporting our tank reserves along with these stats. With a specified minimum diameter of 2.2m and a current water height of 110cm in two tanks, we have approx 8.3kL in storage.
Looking at electricity, our hot water system narrowly avoided needing a boost late last week. I had a shower one evening in water that was merely "warm" but with a pause in the rain the next morning the temperature quickly went back up into "ouch" territory. Tariff 33 consumption remains at 0kWh.
Our general consumption is definitely up a bit from the previous trend though. The water pump would be contributing to that. We're using fans to keep ourselves cooler in the warm weather. And maybe we've slacked off a bit with turning things of and generally being frugal. For the past 11 days Tariff 11 usage has averaged 7.4kWh per day.
Just for comparison, here's a graph of our average daily usage per quarter (as per the electricity bill) for the past two years or so. The final column represents the current usage. Would love to get that blue bar down significantly but I'm not sure how I can do that without tossing out the fridge and not cooking food any more.