powerPerfector's Voltage Power Optimisation (VPO) gives energy, cost and carbon savings by efficiently optimising a site's supply voltage. By optimising the voltage, electrical equipment runs more efficiently and consumes less energy.
powerPerfector's power conditioning benefits create a more efficient, robust and reliable electrical supply for your site, protecting your entire electrical infrastructure.
Our energy efficiency solution is unparalleled in terms of reliability and savings. It comes with a 15 year warranty and has a 50 year lifespan. VPO has maintained a 100% reliability record over 18 years and over 180,000 installations worldwide.
Our simple four‐step evaluation process is free and without obligation and our savings estimates are underwritten by a guarantee on your Return on Investment.
Our energy efficiency technology is trusted by some of the biggest names in energy and climate change. They include the energy regulator (Ofgem), the government's climate change department (DECC), the UK's main electricity distributor (National Grid), the UK's environmental guardians (Environment Agency), 160 local authorities and 20 government agencies.
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"Market research suggested that there were no comparable technologies available at the time that could deliver equivalent (or better) results"
The above is an extract from the OGC report on Voltage Supply Optimisation which has acknowledged that there is a major difference between powerPerfector's Voltage Power Optimisation and voltage reduction technologies.
The report on Sustainable Procurement and Operations Case Studies, states that:
"These case studies have been produced to support the sharing of good practice and provide departments with information on actions being taken elsewhere in government to deliver sustainable procurement and operations. This is part of the OGC's role to help develop departments' capability and capacity to deliver sustainability".
"DIFD was seeking an innovative technology that could deliver increased energy and cost efficiencies with limited disruption to operations, minimal maintenance requirements, a lifespan equivalent to or longer than the building lease period (which expires in 2020), and a relatively short payback period.
The same technology that had helped Defra to achieve significant cash and energy savings seemed to fit the bill"