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A consumer consumes. 600 kWh per day at a load factor of 0.40. If the consumer increases the load factor of 0.70 without increasing the maximum demand, what is the consumption of energy in kWh?

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A consumer consume. 600 kWh per day at a load factor of 0.40. If the coneumer increases the load factor of 0.70 without increasing the maximum demand, 1050 kWh is the consumption of energy in kWh.

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