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Voltage Optimisation / Regulation

Commercial electrical power control is one of the simplest and most cost-effective ways to reduce electricity use, cut carbon emissions reduce electrical breakdowns and increase the life of electrical equipment.

Our ‘Pay as You Save’ finance programme enables you to install electricity power reducing equipment for large business users at no up front cost so helping cashflow and pay for it from energy savings.

Benefits of Controlling Supply Voltage

Controlling the supply mains is one of the simplest and most cost-effective ways to reduce electricity use and cut carbon emissions. Assists with CSR and CRC.

Nearly all organisations pay for power they do not use because they do not control the voltage where electricity enters their site.

Tighter control means more savings. Energy wastage costs can be avoided. As electricity prices rise, every 1% of power savings will have a greater impact.

Voltage regulation reduces, controls and balances your supply voltages. Typically, this will deliver savings of 7-17%, although savings of 20% or more are possible in certain circumstances. In addition, lowering and controlling incoming mains reduces maintenance requirements and extends the life of electrical equipment. And avoids fines from the Carbon Reduction Commitment act.

About the PowerSaver Technology

The PowerSaver is a UK-manufactured, heavy-duty, high-performance voltage regulator. Unlike virtually all competitor systems, it can control each phase individually in real time, leading to greater flexibility of response and the capture of greater savings. A green tech sector leader.

All equipment is manufactured to the highest standards under strict British and International quality control procedures approved to ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 standards.

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Methods of Controlling The Supply Voltage


In the overlay diagram above the regulator delivers the tightest control over output voltage. The percentage savings in this scenario of the different voltage control approaches can be compared in the table (right).

Financial Benefits

  • Reduced electricity costs
  • Lower maintenance, equipment runs cooler
  • Fewer demands on equipment budgets
  • Fast return on investment
  • Strong Net Present Values and Internal Rates of Return
  • Reduced CRC (Carbon Tax) payments

Legal and Regulatory benefits

  • Helps meet emissions reduction targets (e.g. CRC EES, ISO 16001 etc.)

Technical benefits

  • Protecting electrical equipment
  • Reduced maintenance requirements
  • Increase process uptime
  • Improved power quality
  • Relatively simple to install

Environmental benefits

  • Reduced carbon emissions
  • Reduced embedded carbon (or energy embodied in the manufacture and distribution of products)

Case Studies


Electricity Savings: 17.3%
Peasey Cross Hospital
NHS Sustainable Development Unit research shows that voltage optimisation is the Number One electrical energy efficiency…


Electricity Savings: 8.6%
Royal Sussex County Hospital
The Audrey Emerton Building was opened in 2005 and as a result is reasonably well fitted out with energy efficient…


Electricity Savings: 15.0%
The Link Centre Swindon
The Link Centre is a large leisure complex, comprising of an international-sized ice skating rink, swimming pool…