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- Hans Eek - The Vision & the Visionary of the Passive House Concept
Fitting a VPhase unit should improve the overall energy efficiency of your home. Voltage optimisation will work throughout the day to lower and regulate the voltage coming in to your house, resulting in reduced energy consumption, fewer carbon emissions and lower electricity bills.
Whilst the VPhase does not currently contribute to EPCs, we are seeking inclusion as a priority. Despite this, cutting around 10% off your electricity bills is not something to be overlooked.
With all electrical devices and appliances having to work across the EU range of voltage (207V to 253V) since the early 90s, many appliance will actually work more efficiently at the stable, lower 220V that the VPhase typically optimises to – meaning greater efficiencies and potentially prolonging the life of your electrical equipment.
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