AES hold the UK rights to market the energy saving solutions and approach of Energy Automation Systems Inc. that has been developed and successfully delivered over the last 30 years. To achieve electrical efficiency in existing facilities, we install power treatment technologies to the individual loads and where needed, passive or active power quality correction at either individual loads, individual branch circuits or the master service entrance. The electricity savings from power treatment technologies originate from the following concepts below:

Wiring and distribution capacity

Decrease your electrical costs, cut down on your equipment repair, and reduce replacement and down time

Your facility may meet all National Electrical Code (NEC) regulations, however, this does not guarantee an efficient facility. The NEC, written by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) writes electrical codes to ensure electrical systems are designed to be safe from causing fires. EPS goes beyond the basic NEC regulations by custom designing an energy efficient project that decreases heat, current and distortion values which in turn, makes your facility safer. By correcting these values we decrease your electrical costs, cut down on your equipment repair, and reduce replacement and down time.

Power Factor Correction

Reducing consumption, down time, maintenance and improving power quality

We have found that the careful application of properly sized (by VAR) capacitive devices in very close proximity to inductive loads clearly meets the 'two benefit' standard of generating direct and indirect savings. While such an approach requires specifically creating an exactly matched capacitor network for every single treated load in a facility, it more than pays for the effort in quick payback by reducing consumption, down time, maintenance and improving power quality.

Line Loss and Voltage Drop

A range of solutions which solve this

Real line losses and voltage drops in commercial and industrial facilities far exceed the amounts and effects determined by classroom theories. Unlike these traditional calculation methods, which only consider isolated loads and circuits, real voltage drops in real facilities have wide ranging effects on the voltage and current values in the entire facility.

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