Making your voltage supply more efficient can cut costs, show new case studies published by the Carbon Trust.
Voltage management technology at a number of county council sites like Colchester, Salford, Bath and Worcestershire has created average annual savings of 9 per cent.
The savings speak for themselves say engineers at powerPerfector, which supplied eight of the nine case studies with their efficiency kit.
Ian Gould, Head of Public Sector at powerPerfector said: “Every day, our clients save a combined £100,000 and 560,000kg of carbon dioxide, whilst mitigating business risk from spikes and variable power supply quality.”
Picking the right supplier is vital, he added: “Installations on a building’s incoming power supply hold far more risk than demand side installations like low energy lights or variable speed drives. If the supply goes down tens and even hundreds of thousands of pounds can be lost and the health and safety risks escalate dramatically.”