You need to maximize electrical system uptime, ensure good power quality, reduce your overall energy consumption, and control how much you pay for energy.
Our PowerStruxure™ solutions deliver integrated power management systems that let you improve the reliability of your electrical distribution system while also increasing the financial and operational efficiency of your enterprise. Our expertise covers the entire span of medium voltage through final distribution, so we can help you ensure that your electrical distribution system works seamlessly from utility service entrance to plug.
Schneider Electric’s PowerStruxure solutions help meet both the financial and operational efficiency goals of your enterprise while also ensuring the highest possible power availability, reliability and quality.
Poor power quality can come from the utility or be caused by equipment within your own facility. Either way, it can wreak havoc on your business – tripping breakers, shutting down equipment, causing damage to sensitive devices… And if you don’t have a monitoring system in place, you may not even be aware of what’s causing the problems.
Energy demand and costs are rising dramatically while financial constraints increase. You need to find a way to do more with less – whether that means lowering your overall energy usage or just finding a way to manage demand penalties and other charges that drive up the per-unit cost of the energy you need.
You want to reduce your impact on the environment and shrink your carbon footprint. But it can be difficult to know how to effectively integrate innovative technologies into your existing systems -- whether it’s solar, wind or hydro generation.
You can’t rely on utility power to give you the reliability or power quality that you need to operate your business smoothly. Even a short outage or power quality event can cause serious chaos for your business. And internal electrical distribution system issues can also plague your operations, increasing downtime, wasting time and materials, and delaying or destroying processes and equipment.