The Transformers Committee has selected Robert Degeneff as our 2015 recipient of the IEEE PES Technical Committee Distinguished Service Award.
In this video from Schneider Electric, “Dan the Man” helps a healthcare facility maximize their patient care space and keep critical medical equipment running smoothly with the UST SureVolt.™
UST has just published a new article that will be of interest to managers responsible for maintaining UPS power-backup systems at data centers and other critical facilities. Based on UST’s recent white paper, The Weakness at the Heart of Data Center Power-Backup Systems. And the Fix, the article supports UST’s contention that the basic configuration […]
The increased use of renewable energy sources – solar and wind – across Europe is making it difficult for utilities to manage voltage variability. Gird managers are pushing voltage to the high side to compensate .
Customers seeking to lower their energy usage – for cost, carbon and equipment efficiency reasons – now have a great incentive to explore the deployment of client-side electronic voltage regulators (EVRs). Depending on local conditions, the ROI for EVRs could be realized in less than 2 years.
It was a big day for upstate New York manufacturing!
On Monday, August 18, UST welcomed U.S. Representative Paul D. Tonko and New York State Senator Neil D. Breslin to a celebration marking the milestone shipment of our 1,000th unit.
David Wightman is the director of sales and marketing at UST. In the company’s recent webinar, Wightman discussed the risks inherent in current power-backup design at data centers. In this article, Wightman discusses a few key points in more detail.
While the growth of public transit systems remains inevitable, the cost of operating consistent service shows no sign subsiding. In order for transit agencies to effectively manage complex systems and growing ridership, asset management practices will be essential and usage of the most efficient, innovative and clean technologies will be a requirement.
The average utility customer gets their power from “The Grid”; which is comprised of high voltage power lines, transformers, and power plants. The components of the grid have varying ages, expected lifespans, and rated capacities.
New technologies such as reverse osmosis and micro filtration are have encouraged officials to reclaim water from some “unique” sources.
For years, ski areas have provided a quality outdoor recreation experience in a manner that complements their beautiful natural environments. Now, with new challenges on the horizon, the ski industry is prodding to maximize efficiency and lower costs.