So how do we do it?
kVA Capacity or Authorised Supply Capacity, is that charge which is nominated against your electricity meter for the maximum amount of power which can be drawn from the National Power Grid at any one time - I'm sure you will have seen this charge on your electricity bill from your supplier.
In many cases, its often assumed that the only way to lower your energy costs is by finding the cheapest tariff or consuming less, this isn't entirely true.
By looking at and taking consideration when analysing the kVA Capacity allowance from National Grid for your electricity meter, UtilityWorks can ensure you are paying for what you use only.
If your kVA Capacity level is set too high and you're consuming nowhere near that allowance, then you will be paying too much.
If your kVA Capacity level is set too low and you're breaching your allowance, then you will be charged excessively, because you have gone over what the National Grid has set in principal as the maximum allowance for your meter.
Don't get caught by overcharges for under or over using - UtilityWorks has the know-how, connections and systems to ensure your kVa Capacity Charge is in order and you only pay for what you use and when.
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