Costs are incurred for the so-called reactive power, which are often charged to the operator of the system. To avoid this bwe offers the installation of reactive power compensation systems.
Reactive power ensures that, for example, electric motors can function. The can be explained by the fact that on the motor shaft no torque is generated.
The power from the motor into the mains oscillates at the frequency of the mains leads to an increased power intake in the cable. Reactive power compensation systems prevent the oscillation of the reactive power in the mains of the grid operator.