Triads are the three highest half-hour (HH) periods of system demand between November and February each year, typically occurring during cold weather around 4-6pm, when industrial demand coincides with the domestic tea-time period.
The National Grid implements a charge, passed onto your energy bill, which is based your our site’s average energy consumption on each of these 3 HH periods and charged at the respective tariff rate that applies to your site’s location in the UK.
With prior warning, you can reduce this charge – which often runs to tens of thousands of pounds – by reducing consumption when you know a Triad is going to occur.
Our Triad Warning and Management system will
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