According to the Netherlands Electricity Act 1998, the responsibility for having an electricity meter on hand that complies with the relevant statutory regulations – more in particular, those as per the Electricity Measuring Code that is anchored in the said Act – rests with the business in question.
The Electricity Measuring Code stipulates that work to be carried out on the strength of the Code may only be contracted out to TenneT-acknowledged companies.
For more information about the Electricity Measuring Code visit the ACM website.
The uncertainty factor in accordance with the Electricity Measurement Code Appendix 5. Estimation of measurement data B5.1 part C is set at 1.0 percent