We at NRG Savers specialize in energy conservation and savings with our power factor correction units.
We’ll send a NRG Savers Team Expert to you to find the optimal custom built PFC unit for your home or business.
Our experienced technicians will install a custom built unit.
You save 25% or more off your power bill, maximize your equipment longevity, and may protect your building or home from lightning strike damage.
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Power Factor is a ratio of actual electrical power and a measure of the effectiveness of the electrical performance of your equipment. Power factor (PF) is the ratio of working power (kW) to apparent power (kVA). Power factor is expressed as a dimensionless number between 0 and 1.0; it is a representation of how efficiently power is being drawn from the grid. A high ratio indicates a very efficient electrical system, while a low power factor denotes a poor utilization of electrical power, meaning a higher proportion of current is being drawn from the utility than is necessary.
A Power Factor of more than 90%.
Energy bill savings anywhere from 15%-30% and possibly more!
Therefore a quick return on investment and long-term savings that are realized from installing PFC unit systems to improve power factor.
Improving the power factor will reduce operating cost by eliminating or deferring the need for new equipment, help existing equipment last longer.
Improving the power factor will reduce operating cost by eliminating or deferring the need for new equipment, help existing equipment last longer, and make future expansions less costly. Also, lower rating sized equipment can be used, saving unnecessary capital expense.
All this is in addition to a quick return on investment and long-term savings that are realized from installing PFC unit systems to improve power factor.
From the utility company’s point of view, raising the average operating power factor of the entire grid network could reduce cost from inefficiencies in the network, increase generation and distribution potential and reduce demand on the grid.
The utility can save hundreds of thousands of tonnes of fuel (and produce fewer emissions), have more transformers available and reduce the likelihood of building new power plants and their support systems.
For this reason, many utility companies charge a power factor penalty so they can recover the additional costs incurred from supporting an inefficient system.
Energy management is the assessment, planning, and execution of a strategy to maintain or improve the quality and efficiency of energy being consumed by business. It is critical to saving energy and reducing costs for an organization.
Power quality refers to the ability of electrical equipment to consume the energy being supplied to it. A number of power quality issues including electrical harmonics, poor power factor, and voltage instability impact on the efficiency of electrical equipment.
This has a number of consequences including:
It is therefore critical that power quality is assessed as part of an energy management strategy, and that energy management is an important consideration for any business.
Utility companies assess power factor charges in a variety of ways. Sometimes tariffs are clearly identified on a utility bill, while in other instances they may be rolled into other costs. Three of the most common ways a utility will charge for power factor are through kW demand adjustments, kVA demand billing, and kVAR demand charges.
If the charge is not easily identifiable when reviewing your bill, you may obtain tariff details from the utility to better understand these extra charges.
We do! We offer financing for $0 down and $29 for the first 3 months. Contact us to learn more about our payment options.
Only on extremely rare occasions. We normally don't have to turn your power off so installation will not cause down time for your business.
The power companies bill a month behind. You'll start seeing savings on your first power cycle with installation. Normally, 60-90 days you'll see your first drop.
You'll save at least 20% each month with our technology. Most of our clients actually do save more than this on average!
This table can help you determine how much you'll be saving based on your power bill.
Power Bill amount | 1 Year Savings | 3 Years Savings | 5 Years Savings
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