Power Precision synchronizing switchgear increases eletricity savings.
Generators can provide savings on electricity bills by "peak shaving" the KW demand charge. The same generator can provide both peak shaving in addition to backup power.
Lowering the "peak" electrical use in the winter with minimal generator operation can reduce the electricity demand charge that is applied to the electricity bill every month.
Generators should be operated periodically to test the generator and equipment opreation. These tests can be scheduled at times that also provide the benefit of peak shaving.
Changing traditional transfer switches to synchronizing switchgear increases "peak shaving" to the full KW output of the generator.
The generator will synchronize and operate in parallel with the electrical utility supply. This allows the full KW output of the generator to be used to displace maximum KW for "peak shaving". The generator will then disconnect without interupting the normal supply of electricity.
The generator is also still available to start and operate to provide power islanded from the normal supply when electricity is not available from the electrical utility.
The generator will connect and disconnect in parallel with the normal utility supply without any disruption to the electrical supply voltage.
Generators and synchronizing switchgear can also be made portable to relocate to other locations as an emergency generator with peak shaving ability.