Anyone knows how Controlled Load is "Controlled". Whether it is controlled by the power supplier network, or relying on the appliance (hot water system) to draw power at the "right time"?
I have an electric hot water system connected to Controlled Load. It worked fine for years.
I just got my latest quarterly bill (for March to May), and Controlled Load is zero, while Peak Load increased correspondingly. My hot water is still working, so I know it is receiving power some how.
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The functionality of a controlled load can vary somewhat from state to state, however generally speaking power through this circuit is made available to at specific times of the day by your energy distributor. Given that your hot water system is not currently making use of the available power, this suggests that there may be a fault with the time switch on your meter which will need to be addressed!
We'll ask you to contact us and chat with our 'Resolutions' team who'll be happy to assist you further with this.
Hi On Electricity account Controlled Load is 0 have heat pump water heater, does this mean i am not getting the cheaper rates and only using peak rates, if so how do i fix this.
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I reccomend that you check the second page of your latest bill to ensure that there is no usage recorded against your 'Controlled Load'. If you're certain that this is the case, we encourage you to get in touch with our web chat team here to discuss your next best steps!