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I know the ENA introduced a new process for informing DNOs, previously it was OK to advise the DNO after if you were within the maximum demand up to 100A, but now this only applies up to 60A, and you must apply to the DNO ahead of installation if it's between 60 and 100A even if with the new charge point you are within the 100A MD.

Has anyone had any problems with this?

I know that if everything was within maximum demand previously, it all went through with no issues, is that still the case now?

Hearing on the (untrustworthy) grapevine that DNOs are starting to suggest a £300 - £3k fee for the faster (32A) chargers even if you are within the existing MD
 
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nice to see the suits are jumpiing on the bandwaggon, finding ways of fleecing customers in order to upgrade their fancy air conditioned offices and computers every 12 months.
 

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