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Voltage Optimisation

Voltage Optimisation is a process of reducing the voltage at source into a building to a level that is more suited to the equipment connected to it. For example the average incoming voltage to a building is 246 volts, with most equipment designed to operate at 220volts. This typical overvoltage does not only incur additional utility costs but also results in early equipment failure. In partnership with EMSc (UK) we can provide a tailor made proposal inclusive of current energy usage cost, new energy usage cost, Capital expenditure, Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA), Carbon Reduction Commitment allowances (CRC), CO2 savings and accurate Return on Investment figures (ROI).


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