Energy capacity checks are important to determine the health of your electrical system whether at home or at work. Depending on where you live, these checks may be a regular occurrence depending on existing city ordinance. After all, every metropolis has its own electrical code.
Just so you know, there’s a big difference between energy capacity and what the actual output of a battery or electric generator is. In most cases, machines rarely generate the power that they are capable of. There’s also the matter of wearing out the device for always exacting the maximum output from it.
This may not cause a short circuit. But it may have an impact on the life cycle of the unit. So in the long run, sticking to the average output of the system is much better. Or better yet, have a backup if not combine two or more power units for efficiency sake. These units will thank you for it, longevity-wise.