What does it mean if I have been charged for lack of a PCS

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What does it mean if I have been charged for lack of a PCS

Installation of the Power Control Switch (ICP) is obligatory in homes and stores with a contracted capacity of 15 KW or more, according to Royal Decree 1454/2005. In the case that said installation has not occurred, regulations stipulate a fine on the electricity bill, as set forth in the second additional provision of Order ITC/1559/2010.
The Power Control Switch (ICP) is a device that controls the maximum power capacity contracted with the electric company. The installer installs it based upon the capacity contracted, and it is sealed. Avoid damage to the installation in the case of overload. The ICP jumps automatically and disconnects the installation when the appliance capacity demand exceeds the capacity contracted.
If you don't have a ICP, request one from your Distributing Company or speak with an authorized Endesa installer to fix the situation.