Help to tackle poor power quality on MOD estates: Do you have the smarts to assist the Ministry of Defence (MOD) focus on the effect of inadequate power administration on its estates & inefficiencies in the operation of power quality?

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) has begun a new Market Exploration named Power Quality Management, looking to comprehend the impact poor power quality, power factor & harmonic deformity has on its estate & its ships.

Furthermore, it additionally looks to appreciate the capacity of campus areas to take on distributed power sources like solar & fast charging for electric vehicles (EVs), particularly when multiples are piled on the identical local grid or site.

The MOD estate includes a wide variety of sites made up of offices, data centres, workshops, operational bases & houses including the deployed environment.

It desires to gain an awareness of the products & tools accessible & an evaluation of their main benefits in areas containing comprehensive power quality administration, system phase balancing, response to external fault issues, grid stability impact and data capture & reporting abilities, as well as others.

It is, for that reason, pursuing ideas from interested parties up to 19th August 2021.

Help to tackle poor power quality on MOD estates

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