WHY USE A VOLTAGE OPTIMISER
In Europe, the legislation allowed for appliance standardisation and for electricity to be generated and supplied from one country to another.
However, because the European market is far more extensive than our own, equipment on the continent was designed to operate most efficiently at 220 - 230v. Here in the UK, voltage can go as high as 253v.
You can see the apparent issue here.
With the incoming voltage higher than that of our European neighbours, it results in wasted energy, with appliances becoming too hot and often being overworked.
Voltage optimisation prevents this from happening.
WHAT IS VOLTAGE OPTIMISATION?
First of all, we'll briefly explain what voltage optimisation is. The concept of voltage optimisation is straightforward.
Generally, the power you receive from the National Grid is supplied at a much higher voltage than is necessary, thanks to ageing distribution networks. As a consequence, the majority of modern buildings are being provided with a higher voltage than they need.
The outcome? A mass of wasted electricity, unnecessary levels of carbon emissions and of course more expensive electricity bills.
Voltage optimisation regulates your power supply, through a voltage optimiser. This optimiser will balance the voltage supply you receive from the network, meaning you'll only use what you need.
On average our customers save a total of 18% on their annual electricity bill.
Put in your current appliances & bill to calculate your saving.