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John_Marco Semiconductor
18-03-2019

Controlled load 2 options for non profit sporting organisations

Hello, I am the president of my local junior Rugby League club and I've noticed that our bills are very excessive ($1800+) and the only things running are a few fridges and some hot water systems for the change rooms. I've noticed the majority of the supply is charged at the general usage (1067kw) and a fraction at controlled load 2 (197kw). This doesn't sound right to me as typically all HWS are on off peak? Can you please explain in detail further??
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John_Marco Semiconductor
28-03-2019

Re: Controlled load 2 options for non profit sporting organisations

Hi again, Sounds like we may have to get a technician out. Is there any chance of forwarding me the link to the relevant customer service so we can arrange this? cheersjohn
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John_Marco Semiconductor
22-03-2019

Re: Controlled load 2 options for non profit sporting organisations

Hi again, I actually work for AGL myself and am also a licensed electrician. The fridges are the commercial glass door type variety. What the point of my question was what is the difference between controlled load 1 and 2? I actually think that the water heaters are not on the traditional off peak meter. Looking at the breakdown of the bill, it’s only about 10% is on this controlled load 2 meter, which asks the question, are these fridges which are on all the time but in a “canteen” and the doo ...
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John_Marco Semiconductor
22-03-2019

Re: Controlled load 2 options for non profit sporting organisations

Hi, It’s just your standard rheem hot water units and they’re only used at most once a weekend. It just doesn’t sound right that the contract is what it should be. $1800 per quarter to run about 5 fridges and some hot water units. Keep in mind, this is a sporting field where no one lives and the fridges and showers are only used once a week.
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