The choice of your rate depends on the power which you need and the way in which you wish to use your equipment.

When you subscribe to an electricity contract, you have the choice between several levels of power and several tariff options.

The amount of your subscription, and thus your invoice is established according to the required power.

The power is the capacity of your installation to ensure the simultaneous function of electrical equipment in your housing. It is expressend in kVA (kilovolt-ampere).

Please note:

If the required power subscription is too low for the amount of appliances running at the premise this may cause the circuit breaker to cut and result in power outages.

Subscribing to too much power can result in unnecessary costs associated with the subscription therefore it is important to work with the UNELCO customer service agent to correctly identify what power is appropirate at your premise.  

Below are a few examples of necessary power for home use (phase counter)Eclairage, 1 Télévision, 1 chaine stéréo, 1 réfrigerateur = 5 ampères

 

Eclairage, 1 Télévision, 1 chaine stéréo, 1 réfrigerateur, 1 riseuse, 1 ventilateur, un fer à repasser  = 10 ampères

 

Eclairage, 1 Télévision, 1 chaine stéréo, 1 réfrigerateur, 1 riseuse, 1 ventilateur, un fer à repasser, 1 machine a laver  = 15 ampères

 

Eclairage, 1 Télévision, 1 chaine stéréo, 1 réfrigerateur, 1 riseuse, 1 ventilateur, un fer à repasser, 1 machine a laver, air conditionné  = 25 ampères


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