Grant Funding for Energy Efficiency Projects (Lancashire)
30% Grant funding is available for eligible companies to implement EnergyAce energy reduction projects and to support resource efficiency projects that reduce electricity, raw materials and gas etc.
A 30% capital grant up to a maximum of £25K is available for eligible companies that must be classed as a small to medium enterprise (SME) and located in Lancashire.
How Much Solar Power do We Need to Power The Whole World ?
A: The size of Canada 3,800,000 Million square miles
B: The size of Australia 2,900,000 Million square miles
C: The size of Germany 138,000 square miles
D: The size of Scotland 31,000 square miles
E: The size of Luxemburg 1,000 square miles
Answer – see Below
Its often very difficult to save something that you cant see and for many companies energy is one of the largest operating costs, second only to staff salaries.
For energy-intensive businesses, energy can be the main cost and often in some cases the differentiation between financial profit & loss.
That’s why it is vital for most business to understand where and when energy is consumed to enable a coherent energy reduction strategy to be drawn up and implemented
Power Factor Correction is a capacitor based device normally installed on the electrical distribution system, its purpose is to improve efficiency known as power factor when operating machines or motors.
Power Factor Correction works by automatically switching capacitors in or out of circuit on a varying electrical load to counteract the negative inefficient effects of motors and machines.
Power Factor is the difference between Real Power, useful power neededto perform a task and Reactive Power, Power drawn in addition to useful power but does notcontribute to the task, effectively you may be paying for power that’s being wasted which could be likened to a large head on a pint of beer.
Not long now until EnergyAce moves into brand new purpose built premises.
The huge demand for EnergyAce in many Industrial and commercial applications and the development of the remote online metering, monitoring and protection systems has resulted in a need to move to a larger factory manufacturing power factor correction, voltage optimisation systems, metering solutions and switchgear.
Changes is the way penalties like reactive power is charged on electricity bills means that power factor correction systems are now in high demand and keeping up with manufacture a challenge we have had to meet head on.
EnergyAce are very pleased to announce two new engineers to the family. Please welcome Tom Ryan and Anthony Jaycocks.
A significant growth in demand for our EnergyAce Energy Saving System has created a need for two new additional engineers for both our manufacturing department and our field engineering department.
Tom joins us after working on numerous electrical engineering projects. His experience will be valuable to us in both manufacturing our energy saving equipment and also in servicing the equipment out in the field. Tom commented “Having previously worked in the renewables industry, I feel it is important for businesses to ensure they are running efficiently in order to cut their costs and to help the environment”.
Anthony joins our field engineers team having previously worked as an electrician on some very large scale projects. He commented “I find my role very interesting as our equipment is not specific to one set industry. For me, being out on the road and visiting a wide range of different companies and meeting new people is what makes my job so enjoyable”.
What is power factor correction and how does it save energy
Power Factor Correction is a device that is installed on an electrical system to improve the overall electrical efficiency known as power factor of an electrical supply that operates machines or motors.
All motors which can come in the form of a machine, conveyor, mixer, compressor, HVAC, refrigeration, elevator or escalator etc all have an efficiency rating known as power factor.
The ultimate desired power factor is 1.00pf (100% efficient) although most motors operate at a much lower efficiency or power factor which when the effects are accumulated on an electrical supply, the results can be as low at 0.50 power factor and commonly around 0.80 power factor on a typical uncorrected industrial electrical supply.
The solution is to install a power factor correction system which works by switching capacitors in and out of circuit on an electrical supply to counteract the negative inefficient effects of motors automatically.
A voltage stabiliser is a device that is installed on an electrical supply to maintain and stabilise a suitable voltage level.
All mains powered electrical equipment require a voltage input to be maintained within certain limits although equipment receiving voltages outside of these limits may malfunction or fail prematurely.
A low supply voltage may cause malfunction and a high supply voltage, serious damage.
In some processes it may be crucial to maintain a steady voltage level by installing a voltage stabiliser to ensure voltage levels remain within close limits of ±0.5% or ±1%.
Following a very successful rebrand of Power Efficient Systems in 2015 which saw the company trade under its exclusive EnergyAce brand, the company is now proud to announce the complete transition with a formal name change taking effect from May 2018.
EnergyAce Ltd continues in the tradition of Power Efficient Systems Ltd in manufacturing high quality innovative energy savings systems and power quality solutions from its manufacturing facility based in Skelmersdale UK.
EnergyAce are very pleased to welcome Philip Gore to the sales and marketing team.
A significant and sustained increase in demand for the EnergyAce Energy Saving System has generated a need for additional sales and marketing support in our busy Skelmersdale office
Following the abduction of Henry during a recent break in, all the staff and especially Adam have been distraught at the sad loss of such a trusted partner and colleague
EnergyAce are looking for Experienced Sales Professionals with a proven track record and Sales Support to generate quotations and assist the busy sales department.
In addition we are also looking to recruit an experienced Electrician and Wire Person to assist production output and site services.
Please contact Eileen on 01695 559785 and send your CV to email@example.com
There was a mad scramble to pick up this month’s work sheets as we revealed which engineers were flying to the Seychelles to carry out the second round of an energy reduction program which initially commenced January 2017 at one of our clients manufacturing sites
Power factor is sometimes described as efficiency and affects all types of inductive loads like motors, drives, machines and some types of lighting.
The reputation in export markets for EnergyAce has never been greater.
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Energy Ace power into new markets with specialist support
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EnergyAce took part in a clay pigeon shooting event for Wigan Youth Zone.
We are delighted to welcome a new appointee in Mark Blore
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Network launch hailed a success
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Sam completes work placement.....
We now have our very own YouTube Channel.
EnergyAce agrees ground breaking partnership in KSA...
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EnergyAce is the height of fashion! No, not that Biba ….We’re triple nominated in Lancashire’s largest and longest running business awards programme …
FOOD MANUFACTURER Mustard Foods found their growth plans constrained by the size of their connection to the electricity grid. They were unable to expand due to lack of spare substation capacity and needed help to unlock growth potential.
OUR HOUSEHOLD NAME clients – major multi-site retailers, leisure and hospitality industry firms and global food manufacturers – share a business-critical need to control energy costs.
This innovative campaign is like nothing else currently being delivered in the borough; the Warriors Foundation want to lead the way in decreasing the carbon footprint in Wigan.
ENERGYACE SAYS WELL DONE to the inaugural Blackpool Business Expo! We have been saving our clients £££££ every year on their electricity costs by improving efficiency & removing hidden penalties.
WELCOME TO ROYAL AIR FORCE trained Alex Peaston who has joined EnergyAce as our Senior Sales Engineer. Achieving the rank of Chief Technician in the RAF, Alex went on to become a Trade Manager before a great FM career...
THE ESOS SCHEME formally kicks in 31 December 2015. We have a number of trusted assessors who can help you understand your energy usage. Failure to meet this basic requirement...
One Borough Partnership we’re working with has generated an average 12.74% saving in tenants’ electricity costs using Our EnergyAce A4 Home system.
It is almost two years since the sad demise of PQE Ltd, Power Quality Engineering of Wigan, a supplier of power factor correction and voltage optimisation products and services.
ENERGY-SAVING MANUFACTURER EnergyAce – formerly Power Efficient Systems Ltd (PES) – is roaring out of the recession, doubling its staff to 20 employees in just one year, also doubling its turnover and quadrupling the size of its manufacturing facility!
GENERATOR CLOSURES and breakdowns mean spare electricity capacity will be down to just 4% this year, National Grid has announced, compared to a previous margin of 17%.
Thomas Mercier, a 20 year old student from the University of Valenciennes has now completed eight weeks work experience with EnergyAce; we are delighted to have been the one company to open our doors to the International Trade student, who contacted over 80 firms in the UK to secure a placement.
WHAT A PANEL ! MD, Gary Vizard, was honoured to join the debate with the prestigious think-tank, Policy Exchange, alongside Ian Murray, MP, Shadow Minister Business Innovation and Skills, Ian King of Sky News...
National Grid is offering a £400,000 Energy Efficiency Innovation Award, which will help develop major innovations to tackle fuel poverty and deliver energy efficiency solutions in disadvantaged communities.
Summer intern 20 year old Stephen, left us earlier this week to further continue his studies in France. He has moved over to Lyon in France as part of his University degree in Business & French to begin a year placement as a foreign language...
Gary Vizard, Managing Director of EnergyAce, has been selected to take part in the Goldman Sachs accelerated business development program taking place at the Said Business School, at Oxford University.
EnergyAce says à bientôt! to Thomas Mercier, our 20 year old work experience student from the University of Valenciennes in France studying International Trade.
Power Factor Correction may not be the most well-known energy saving technology for 2014 although it is the coolest and here’s the proof.
Power Factor Correction not only removes hidden penalties on electricity bills...
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