Working out electricity consumption

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Working out electricity consumption

Postby lynne@sqprojects.co.uk » Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:07 pm

We are currently building industrial units - we need to know the basic kva required for each unit to operate on a basic standard i.e. lights, heating etc. Is there a simply way to work this out? We have a limited amount of electricity coming into the site so we are trying to work out if the tenants will need to boost their output with generators etc.
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