Here are a sample of solutions that we may employ to deliver on the guaranteed savings of your Energy Optimisation Plan.
VPO is an energy saving technology that is installed in series with the main electricity supply to optimise and regulate the incoming power supply to bring the voltage supplied into a building in line with what is required to drive the equipment. Delivery of optimum voltage into a building allows the building to operate more efficiently and use less power.
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Solar PV is a power system designed to supply usable solar power by means of photovoltaics. It consists of an arrangement of several components, including solar panels to absorb and directly convert sunlight into electricity which can be used to operate equipment. Systems can be designed to be grid connected or off-grid.
We can assist you in negotiating and procuring market leading energy supply agreements within this complex, competitive and highly volatile energy market. Once on the most competitive rate, our energy bill verification & error investigation services utilise our unique energy management system, to analyse your energy consumption. We can identify cost saving opportunities, and locate any errors in your bills which have not been detected by your supplier.
Power factor is simply the measure of the efficiency of
the power being used. So a power factor of 1 would mean 100% of the supply is being used efficiently, where as a power factor of 0.5 indicates that the use of the power
is very inefficient or wasteful. By installing suitably sized switched capacitors into the power distribution circuit, the power factor is improved and the value becomes nearer to 1, therefore minimising wasted energy, improving
the efficiency of a plant, liberating more kW from the available supply and saving money for your business.
Targeting the heaviest power consuming equipment
in your building (for example, HVAC and refrigeration) through the implementation of smart control measures and management strategies can achieve significant reductions in power consumption. Night set backs are
a perfect example of a simple and effective means of energy saving. This requires raising the temperature set point of the system in certain periods where climate and other factors can reduce the refrigeration demand.
Lighting efficiency can be improved through a number of different approaches including a lighting refit to LED, T5 or inductive lighting. Further savings can be achieved through the dimming of existing lighting in bright areas, occupancy sensing and the installation of timer systems to turn off lights out of hours.