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Had my charger fitted yesterday. Installer checked and I have an 80A main fuse which I thought was good - he’s set the charger to grid limit at 80 just in case but we don’t have electric showers or heating so I doubt we’ll ever get near that.

Should I still inform the DNO? I’m fine if they do a free upgrade to 100A but I don’t want to pay for one if I don’t need it. (meter etc all ready for 100A so should just be a fuse swap)
 

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We have no idea. Ask your DNO. Their answer will be correct, unlike speculation here.
well sure. I just wanted some input whether 80 was likely enough. I don’t want to be forced to pay more if 80 is fine. When I was reading up it talked about 60A maybe needing to be upgraded to 80/100 so maybe it’s ok.
 
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