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In order to facilitate the efficient use of the power load and reduce the total cost for the electricity consumed, we encourage you to assess the size of the connection power required.
To calculate the power required for a household, use the power load calculator. In addition, we encourage both households and businesses to consult certified electrician in order to determine the necessary connection power and pay only for the load used. Detailed information is available here. If you have determined that the size of the connection power is not appropriate, you can apply for decreasing the load. This is a free service. Click on the button below to log in to the customer portal and apply for the service. You can also apply for this service from your electricity trader.
In addition, we offer the following services.
|We will restore the initial load once every 12 months free of charge if all of the following conditions are met:
In order to make it easy to assess whether the monthly load at the object has been at least 7% of its maximum load, we offer a calculation table for the most frequently used fuse ratings. i
How to apply for decreasing or restoring the load?
|We will restore the electricity supply once in a period of 12 months in accordance with the price list if the following conditions are met.
How to cancel the connection at the property and restore the electricity supply later?
For example, if the connection point is low voltage (0.4 kV) and the current value of the input circuit breaker (ICB) at the object is 125A, at least one month’s consumption in a period of 12 months before decreasing the permitted load must be not less than 4111 kWh. The load (kW) is calculated as: P=√3*0.4*0.929*ICB=0.6436*ICB 7% of the monthly consumption is calculated as: P*730 (the average number of hours in the month)*0.07 If the connection point is medium voltage (6 kV, 10 kV or 20 kV), the load (kW) can be seen in the customer’s bill. 7% of the monthly consumption is calculated as: P*730 (the average number of hours in the month)*0.07