Tag: energy power

Electric power is the rate at which electrical energy is transferred by an electric circuit. The SI unit of power is the watt, one joule per second.

The Strongest Link in the Chain

The Strongest Link in the Chain

Renewable energy—and solar energy in par­ticular—has a problem. Because it is subject to the vagaries of sunshine and wind for power generation, it is often not available when it is needed most. For those nighttime hours when the sun is not available and cloudy days when sunlight is minimal, provisions

Trojan Battery Names Ivan Menjak Director of Global Product Solutions — Supports Trojan Strategic Worldwide Expansion into New Market Segments

Trojan Battery Names Ivan Menjak Director of Global Product Solutions — Supports Trojan Strategic Worldwide Expansion into New Market Segments

As part of its global innovation strategy, Trojan Battery Co., LLC, the world’s leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, has named Ivan Menjak as director of global product solutions. In this role, Menjak will be responsible for managing Trojan’s comprehensive product portfolio as well as identifying new opportunities for expanding

Elements of Critical Power Systems and Their Management

Elements of Critical Power Systems and Their Management

A single power interruption can cripple a healthy company, says Bhavesh Patel, director of marketing of Emerson’s ASCO Power business. “Not having adequate onsite power can be the ‘Achilles heel’ of a business, but the controls for operating, monitoring, diagnosing, and producing a variety of mandatory reports on these power

Renewable Energy for Onsite Power Generation

Renewable Energy for Onsite Power Generation

Although every situation is unique, and it’s difficult to generalize, Barry Worthington, executive director of the US Energy Association (USEA) in Washington, DC, says progress in renewable energy over the last 10 years has been phenomenal as systems become more efficient. Nevertheless, use of renewable energy for onsite power generation

Bringing Onsite Power to Hospitals – Part 4

Bringing Onsite Power to Hospitals
– Part 4

Maintenance, Monitoring
Matuseski with Cummins says that once hospitals have chosen and installed an onsite power system, it’s important for the staffers at that facility to learn how to monitor these systems and maintain them.

This is the only way that hospitals can guarantee that their onsite power systems are working properly.

Elements of Critical Power and Their Management

Elements of Critical Power and Their Management

A single power interruption can cripple a healthy company, says Bhavesh Patel, director of marketing of Emerson’s ASCO Power business. “Not having adequate onsite power can be the ‘Achilles heel’ of a business, but the controls for operating, monitoring, diagnosing, and producing a variety of man­datory reports on these power

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