EGSA on-peak performance

This annual supplement provides electrical engineers and power professionals key articles about on-peak performance.

12/02/2009


 

Read the November 2009 articles.

EGSA

EGSA

 

Founded in 1965, the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA) is the world's largest organization exclusively dedicated to On-Site Power Generation. EGSA is comprised of 700 companies around the world that make, sell, distribute, and use On-Site Power generation technology and equipment, including generators, engines, switchgear, controls, and much more.

The Association's vision is to provide an environment where On-Site Power Generation industry experts unite and share knowledge to drive the industry to higher levels of service and performance.

Read some of the November 2009 on-peak performance content by clicking the following the links:

The importance of power reliability
In this roundtable discussion, data center executives discuss the vital importance of power reliability.

Providing control
A new controller provides front-end digital control to GE busfed power bridges.

Maximizing MCF standby power
Identify equipment, systems design, and maintenance procedures that contribute to dependable standby power systems for critical facilities.

Enhancing emergency power
Hospital emergency power systems must be reliable, scaleable, and cost-effective in order to work for extended periods.

 





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