UK industrial electricity prices are among the highest in Europe and, in light of this, a number of businesses are taking direct action to reduce their energy consumption. We have published a SlideShare on LinkedIn, which outlines three tips for businesses looking to reduce their energy savings.
Many businesses have integrated smart meters into their facilities to reduce energy costs. The latest SlideShare from REO UK highlights the value of businesses using smart meters to control their energy consumption and what managers need to do to ensure they are used effectively.
" While smart metering helps businesses to identify how they can be more conservative with their energy usage, many do not realize that smart metering itself can interfere with power quality," explained Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK. “This is smart systems rely on simultaneous data and energy transfer, which increases the levels of disruptive because electromagnetic interference (EMI).
“If left unmanaged, this can affect the accuracy of any data recorded and reduce the reliability of the electrical system. To filter out reactive currents and improve power quality, businesses can use PLC filters like our CNW 161 and CNW 163 filters.
“Both filters are able to automatically filter signals in the frequency range from 50kHz to 20MHz. This protects the smart meter and helps managers to ensure compliance with the EC Directive 89/336 / EEC. ”
Smart meters provide businesses with accurate energy monitoring, which can be analyzed and assist in helping to reduce a facility's overall energy usage. Businesses cannot achieve this, however, without protecting their smart meter from poor power quality and the issues that occur as a result.
For more information on reducing costs and improving power quality in your facility, visit LinkedIn to view REO UK's SlideShare . Alternatively, if you're an electrical or design engineer and want to discuss the company's full range of products to ensure a high standard of power quality, call REO today who will be happy to help +44 (0) 1588 673 411.