Voltage Optimization: Beyond the Hype

What’s the real ROI of voltage optimization for industrial and commercial enterprises? Here’s the no BS answer.


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Without resorting to exaggerated marketing claims, this white paper suggests that demand-side voltage optimization via the latest generation of lower cost automatic voltage regulators may now offer a solid return on investment for many industrial and commercial enterprises.

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Europe’s Green Grid Driving Demand for Voltage Optimization Solutions

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.

UST Power Expands Industry in Regions with Unreliable Power Grids

Watervliet, NY – Utility Systems Technologies, Inc. (UST) announces market expansion of its best-selling electronic voltage regulators (SureVolt™) into the hotel, casino, resort and estate industry. UST is placing particular emphasis on properties located or being developed in tourist areas where poor power quality is a recurring issue, including the Caribbean, Central and South America.

Energy Efficiency and Power Quality in Schools

Addressing energy efficiency in schools, the U.S. Department of Energy says, “For existing schools, implementing energy-efficient operations and maintenance strategies can enable school districts to save as much as 20% in energy costs, extend the life of equipment, and improve the overall physical environment in their school facilities.” DOE further comments about energy efficiency planning, “Addressing O&M considerations at the start of a project can contribute greatly to improved working environments, higher productivity, and reduced energy and resource costs.”