Maximum demand meters explained
To match electricity supply with demand on a national scale, it involves considerable challenges. A whole range of systems must be put in place to accurately and effectively ensure this is carried out on a continuing basis.
Maximum demand charges are just one of the tools that DNOs (distribution network operators) make use of for large business electricity customers.
In this guide, we hope to provide an in-depth explanation as to what maximum demand is and how it can have an impact on business electricity prices. Additionally, we will also go over a few steps on how to reduce the amount you pay for electricity.
What is a maximum demand meter?
How does a maximum demand meter work?
How can I reduce my costs as a maximum demand customer?
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