If you pay an electric bill, then you have an electrical load. Understanding how to calculate electrical load helps to explain your monthly electric bill and provides actionable information that can help you reduce how much you spend on electricity each month. And in the age of innovative utility rate structures, such as demand charges and time-of-use rates, and increasing electrification of homes, with air source heat pumps and electric vehicles becoming more popular, knowing how to calculate your electrical load can you help you determine how much you could save from a solar or solar-plus-storage installation on your property.
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You probably think you already know how to read your electric bill, but if you’re like most Americans, you may actually be making several mistakes as you go through the document. If you’re looking for bill help, here are the top five things you need to know about reading your bill correctly.Continue reading