Companies quite often find themselves with an over or under supply capacity situation that could impact on their business in many ways – the most significant being financial implications.
TED work with clients to fully understand what size of supplies are required, and then can advise and implement changes to meet these requirements. TED can help facilitate all aspects of capacity changes which may involve the adding or removal of supply cables and/or pipe work.
TED ensure that our clients are fully informed at all times and that the supply capacities remain within their operational constraints. TED work with all the Suppliers, LDSO’s, MOP’s and MAM’s and therefore we offer a complete service that can yield significant savings for our clients.
Capacity management is ensuring technology resources meets the required needs of a business, in the most cost-effective manner.
kVA stands for Kilo Volt Amperes. kVA capacity is used to describe the amount of electrical power a meter can feed to a building. One KVA equals 1,000 watts of power.
Agreed supply capacity is the maximum kVA capacity that a customer can take from the distribution system through their connection point. This has been agreed beforehand.
Capacity electricity is the maximum output of electricity that a generator can produce.
Excess capacity charge is a legislation that removes the excess capacity charge discount. Businesses that exceed their allowed electrical capacity will have extra costs on top of their bill.
It is pivotal that your supply capacities remain within your operational constraints.
An over or under supply capacity situation could be financially detrimental to your business.
We offer a complete service in order to yield significant savings for our clients, working with all suppliers, LDSO’s, MOP’s and MAM’s.
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