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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Green Tech Company Saves Uk Business £100m
The UK's fastest growing 'green' company has reached a significant milestone, having saved its clients £100 million in energy spend.
Typically, due to the design of the distribution network, buildings are supplied with higher voltage than is actually needed. powerPerfector's green technology, works by improving electrical power quality and by supplying voltage at the most efficient level.
Thousands of sites in the UK have installed VPO and, when fitted in a typical commercial building, it cuts an average 11 per cent off the electricity bill instantly. The associated carbon savings are equal to 630,000 tonnes, the equivalent of turning off the power in Scotland for 13 days.
Angus Robertson, CEO of powerPerfector, said: "With fears of a recession there is a danger that the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and cutting carbon will fall down the business agenda.
"But cutting carbon fortunately means cutting costs, which is the only way, when markets are challenging, for many companies to post positive numbers. The £100m that we have saved for UK businesses is the equivalent of putting £100m on the bottom line, and it doesn't include an annual reduction in exposure to the carbon tax of £2.25m.
"For business leaders, it is proof that there are some easy-wins on the tough road to cost saving and carbon reduction."
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