Since 1936, the Copper Network publishes 'Copper in Busbars'.
Availability - the proportion of time for which systems are available to do real work - is becoming increasingly impo
At any instant, the amount of energy being consumed by users on the electricity grid is exactly matched by the amount
The introduction of renewable and distributed generation at medium and low voltage level will require profound change
Distributed Generation, (DG), especially when the fuel is renewable, is seen as a major tool in the effort to reduce
A lot of work is being done on setting new energy consumption standards for new build housing – such as the 2016 ‘zer
A report by a UK Parliamentary Committee on Communities and Local Government criticises the UK Government’s concentra
Please find attached a document explaining K factors and de-rating methods.
In this introductory webinar, David Chapman from Leonardo ENERGY introduces the subject of harmonics.
There are advantages and disadvantages to either approach.
The steps in identifying the problem are:
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The correct way to proceed is via the Distribution Network Operator (DNO).
The electricity distribution network in most areas is characterised by being quite complex and also mature.
Both are used to mitigate the effects of voltage dips.
Date: March 17, 2006 14h00 GMT+1Duration: 1 hour
Voltage dips are the most common power quality problem and are also the most obvious since their result is usually in
This software calculates the K-Factor of a load from the harmonic content accordingto US and European practice.
Transformers used to supply IT equipment and other non-linear loads need to be de-rated to between 60 and 80% of thei
Power quality has become a major concern for a large number of industrial sites and buildings.
Today, nearly every piece of electrical equipment generates harmonic currents and voltages.