Step One: Analyze the electricity bill. Your account has three main tasks: calculation of consumed active energy, calculation of the reactive energy power and calculation force. If the last two items in the statement are of significant value and you want to significantly reduce them, send us a bill, fax or e-mail.
Step Two: We will for free do an economic cost-benefit analysis of installing reactive power compensation and reduction of peak relieving. From the given analysis, you can see how an investment in reducing energy costs and how quickly the investment pays off.
Step Three: Financing of the project can be achieved through banks which for energy efficiency projects provide very favorable loans. We have a signed contract with the German Development Bank (KfW) to finance projects of this type.
Conclusion: Instead of paying to the electric company bill for reactive energy and capacity charge the same amount of monthly rate you pay to the bank for the equipment that we will deliver and install in your house. After 10-25 months you continue to use the equipment that can still reduce energy bills, and you no longer pay anybody anything. The savings achieved on a ten-year level exceed millions.
Step Four: Call "Tesla systems" to integrate your systems of reactive power compensation and control of peak load.
If you want to know on which principle reactive power compensation is done visit the following link, or if you want to learn how to reduce the cost of billing demand visit the following link.
Each measurement group consists of three counters.
On two electric meters you can reduce  consumption by up to 80%.

If you want to see how assembly method looks like, as shown in the pictures, visit the following link.

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