Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lighting Controller System by EG Energy Controls

A. Technological Objective To develop an economically viable microprocessor based Lighting Load Detection System for centralized Energy Management System.  This particular product will be able to detect electricity load change in industrial and commercial applications and relay the information to … Continue reading

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Energy Conservation is Not Just for Tree Huggers

Energy conservation used to be the talk of tree huggers and environmentalists. Companies thought that they will just negotiate with the power company for a cheaper energy price and that is all they need to do to reduce their energy … Continue reading

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Process of Load Shedding Works

Many companies are not familiar on how to reduce demand peaks, however load shedding is a very simple way to reduce energy costs. By installing a demand controller you can reduce energy costs by shedding unnecessary loads when a demand … Continue reading

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Does Load Shedding Saves Money?

One approach many companies have taken to reduce energy costs is to exercise some form of load shedding. In this case, certain applications are identified as “deferrable” — to run later in the day, after the peak. These applications will … Continue reading

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