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What Sets Us Apart
All we need is some details about your electrical installation in order to perform the preliminary study to find your guaranteed minimum savings and the project price. You will have everything you need to make a decision if this is right for your facility.
List of information we will need for further evaluation
The electricity invoices showing the total electricity consumption and the total cost of the facility for the last 12 or 24 months.
Starter or Control Mode for the Electrical Motors:
Direct on line, star/delta switch, inverter VFD, soft starter, or other power electronics installed.
Single-line drawings of substations, medium voltage distribution panels, Low Voltage (LV) main distribution panels, and of the most important LV subpanels.
Important Lighting Loads:
A list of the most important lighting loads, with their nominal power and nominal voltage, the MCC board they are supplied from, as well as a brief description (LED lighting, lighting with energy-saving lamps, fluorescent lighting, etc.).
A list of the installed Power Transformers with their nominal data (nominal power, primary/secondary voltage, short circuit voltage).
Connected Capacitors & Filters:
A list of all the connected capacitors and filters (if any) with the rated voltage, the rated power and the connection point.
Important Electrical Motors:
A list of the most important (high energy consuming) electrical motors with their nominal power and nominal voltage, the MCC board they are supplied from as well as a brief description (LV - AC motors, DC motors).
Any measurements (if there are any since the measurements are not mandatory at this stage in order to elaborate the preliminary scientific study) concerning active & reactive power, voltage, current, power factor, voltage & current harmonics from the LV main distribution panel, and the most important LV subpanels.