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Is Reliable Power a Priority?

White Paper Published By: Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric
Published:  Nov 21, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  5 pages

Facility and operations managers have many priorities to ensure business objectives are met. Key to managing these is the realization that a safe, reliable power system should rank high on the priority list. However, as organizations streamline personnel and budgets, many don't have the inhouse resources or expertise to maintain - let alone optimize - the system's electrical assets.

Having a power system assessment performed by a professional engineer provides access to reliable system data, expert analysis and an actionable plan. Specifically, it wil: 
1) determine a facility's vulnerability to the adverse effects of unplanned downtime; 
2) establish a baseline for future maintenance and testing activities; and
3) identify opportunities to modernize, improve performance and help protect employees.

Investing in a power system assessment that focuses on moderization, performance and safety yields short- and long-term savings. In fact, the cost to restore power to operations from one unplanned power outage could easily surpass the cost of a power system assessment.

To learn more, download the checklist, "Ten Ways a Power System Assessment Can Save You Money".

Tags : 
reliable power system, electrical assets, power system assessment, modernization, electrical workplace safety