Power Quality - Saving Energy Using Reactive Demand Components with Advanced Metering Products to Improve Demand Side Electrical Distribution Systems, Operations, Safety & Energy Costs
Today’s Industrial environments are plagued by reactive power issues and harmonic currents that increase electrical demand and waste Energy. Advanced Technology can reduce electricity costs and increase system capacity, reliability and safety and provide a cloud based means to monitor it. Utility Billing concepts will be connected with Power Quality Concepts and combined with an explanation of power factor and harmonic issues related to lost energy in industrial environments. Solution techniques will be discussed and new electrical metering technology will be demonstrated with the use of controllers to interface with the internet & social media increasing the ability to monitor and control operations in facilities to save money and energy.
Presented ByBenjamin Rosolowski
Cheif Exectutive Officer
CPI Group Limited
Mr. Rosolowski operates, CPI Group Limited, a firm that focuses primarily on Electrical Power Quality Services, Products and Engineered Solutions that provide electrical energy savings and concise power integration. He has Proven leadership, management, engineering and private finance experience. He provides Power Quality consulting services in the domestic and international market. Former Chief Operating Officer & Corporate Secretary for Harmonics Limited, a Connecticut based provider of harmonic mitigation devices. At HL, Ben participated n raising five million dollars in the venture capital market. Prior to joining HL, Mr. Rosolowski served eight years as Product Manager with The National Telephone Supply Company, a Cleveland, Ohio-based manufacturer of compression Sleeves and Crimping tools. At National, Ben expanded the distribution network, introduced new products and improved revenue, profitability and operations. He started his career at Euclid Inc., a former Cleveland, Ohio-based manufacturer of off-highway construction and mining equipment. He served for 10 years in various Senior Product Development & Project Engineering positions. Ben holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and Applied Physics, with a minor in economics, from Case Western Reserve University “83”. He earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College and School of Business “92”. Ben was a NCAA Division III National Qualifier in wrestling and finished in the top 16, in the nation, his senior year.