iVolt will showcase the groundbreaking technology that The Daily Telegraph described as having “world class potential” at Nemex – part of the Sustainabilitylive! show – this April.
The award-winning British manufacturer has already won multiple awards for its Intelligent Real Time (IRT) Energy Monitor, which launched in 2011 and enables the precise measuring of energy savings that are directly attributable to voltage optimisation. Now it has unveiled an evolution of this in the form of a cloud-based system that customers can use from the comfort of their own desk, to access information about energy use at multiple sites.
The game-changing technology is set to ‘lift the lid’ on what is fast becoming a leading method of energy saving, and means businesses no longer have to guess what energy savings they are achieving. Developed by iVolt’s own software engineers, the technology offers real time energy management and engineering support wherever and whenever customers need it. It even enables them to adjust the voltage to individual sites, instantly, with the click of a mouse.
Based near Heathrow, the award-winning iVolt team will be on Nemex stand J10 at Birmingham NEC from April 16-18 to unveil the sophisticated new solution. iVolt’s managing director and founder Manhal Allos will also reveal details of its use across different industries when he hosts a seminar about the potential of voltage optimisation to reduce the carbon footprint and energy bills of up to 400,000 British businesses.
Part of the highly regarded global Sollatek group, iVolt is the only manufacturer in the voltage optimisation industry capable of proving, rather than predicting, savings. Its work with demanding clients such as supermarket chains, airports, railways, factories, hotels and schools has seen reductions in energy use and carbon emissions of up to 20% and because it uses a next-generation variable solution iVolt’s results are up to 30% greater than those achieved by other, fixed reduction systems. Working by lowering the incoming voltage to a building from an average 242V to 220V (+/- 1.5%) – the level at which electrical equipment works most efficiently – it not only saves money and carbon emissions by reducing power consumption, but by eliminating fluctuations in the power supply it protects equipment – improving its lifespan and reducing the need for maintenance and servicing.
As well as winning awards from environmental charities and the facilities management industry, iVolt has been added to the ESPO framework, part of a national scheme to enable public sector organisations and charities to procure its services quickly and easily.
To hear from Manhal Allos how iVolt is helping the public and private sector lead the way in becoming energy efficient, visit Energy Theatre 2, on Wednesday, April 17 from 1.50pm-2.05pm. To see the multi-award winning technology in use, join iVolt’s chief electrical engineer Richard Brown on stand J10 where he will carry out live demonstrations throughout the event.