Chloride’s Trinergy UPS can help organisations comply with the forthcoming CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and reduce costs
Chloride, one of Europe’s leading suppliers of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems and services, today announced that Trinergy, its revolutionary, high efficiency UPS technology, could significantly cut the energy wasted by the UK’s biggest users of electricity and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS). It will also help them avoid additional costs resulting from the CRC Energy Efficiency scheme due to come into force from April 2010.
“The current cost of inefficient power use is inexcusable; it harms the environment and is passed on to consumers and businesses,” explained Chloride’s Technical Support Manager, Rob Tanzer. “The third generation of UPS equipment, such as Trinergy, is now 98% efficient, which, compared to a typical 1,000kW legacy UPS system, can cut the electricity costs of running a UPS by three quarters. By cutting UPS energy losses to just 2%, the system cooling energy requirement will also be reduced, resulting in an overall annual saving of nearly £100,000 for every 1,000kW of protected power – and an ongoing carbon reduction equivalent to removing 170 family cars from the road each year.”