Introducing Energy Efficiency and Conservation Product
MPTS, maximum power transfer solutions are next generation power quality products that decrease the electrical demand, total electrical power generation (KVA), and carbon footprint without replacing existing inefficient electrical and mechanical equipment in buildings. The MPTS is patented in 28 countries and is a UL approved solution.
MPTS is a unique and innovative industry changing technology. The MPTS precisely senses the supply input and demand output, matches the impedance parameters, adjusts the resonance of the resulting network loop, synchronizes and optimizes the output. This occurs at very high speeds in the device eliminating nearly all the wasted electrical power in the system. This reduces total electrical consumption by significant levels and enhances electrical efficiency of the network to near unity.
• Decreases current and electrical demand (20-40%) of inductive loads
• Avoids overload conditions and hotspots in panels and equipment. Decreases I²R losses, KVAr, Harmonics
• Extends life of connected inductive equipment (20%) and delay aging or replacement of mechanical equipment
• Reduces service, repair, and maintenance costs (25%) for inductive loads
• Saves money on utility bills based on utility tariffs
• Improves any value of low power factor to greater than 95 percent
• Decreases electric current consumption measured in Amperes
• Reduces KVA, KVAH, KVAr, and KVArH
• Stabilizes electric network voltage and provides surge protection
• Reduces heating of switchgear and equipment on local network from excessive current draw
• Reduces thermal and eddy current loss
For additional information, please click MPTS tab and contact John Toth, Authorized Representative for AmiciMPTS through Perfect Power Performance.
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How much energy is consumed in residential and commercial buildings in the United States?
In 2015, about 40% of total U.S. energy consumption was consumed in residential and commercial buildings, or about 39 quadrillion British thermal units.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) publishes estimates for monthly and annual energy consumption by the residential sector and the commercial sector, which is mostly building-related. These sectors account for nearly all of the energy consumption in U.S. buildings.
Energy consumption by the commercial sector also includes energy consumption for street and other outdoor lighting, and for water and sewage treatment. However, these energy uses are relatively small contributors to the commercial sector's total energy consumption.
Global Climate Change
The latest International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report confirms the necessity for immediate and sustained action on climate change, detailing how close we are to a turning point in the earth’s climate system. The underlying conclusion of the report is that the time has arrived for taking the necessary steps to preserve livable conditions on earth: as quickly as possible, we must stop burning fossil fuels, aiming for a complete phase-out by around 2050.
One key way to do that is to reduce and ultimately phase out the CO2 emissions produced by the building sector by transforming the way buildings are designed, built, and operated.
And that’s what we’re helping to do.
PLC Consulting Group is an Energy & Sustainability Consulting firm that offers a holistic path for Developers and Architects who design/build nonresidential, multi-family and mixed use projects within the market rate and affordable markets.
PLC Consulting Group’s multi-faceted experience across the building industry brings a realistic cost effective approach to meeting our clients' diverse needs.
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