Voltage optimisation

Published:  02 June, 2011

Marshall-Tufflex Energy Management, voltage optimisation

Marshall-Tufflex Energy Manage­ment has pre­pared a buyers’ guide to voltage optimi­sation. It discusses how voltage optimisation works, the differences between the various systems available, savings that can realistically be achieved, how to asses the suitability of site, main­tenance req­uirements etc. There is a checklist of questions to put to prospective suppliers or manufacturers.

Energy savings to up to 25% can be achieved, with 8 to 16% being usual, depending on the type of optimiser installed and the nature of the site.

For more information on this story, click here:  June 2011, 152

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