- Less total plant KVA for the same KW working power;
- More KW working power for the same KVA demand;
- Improved voltage regulation due to reduced line voltage drop;
- Reduction in size of transformers, cables and switchgear in new installations or increase the existing power transmission systems’ capacity;
- Reduced power losses in distribution systems such as transformers, power cables, switchgears, etc. so that it can get KW demand and KWH consumption reduction;
- Eliminate the penalty charge while improving power factor for electrical system;
- Decrease production losses and downtime of operation through improving power quality.
- Reactive power savings (KVAR);*
- Apparent power savings (KVA);*
- Lengthens and enhance electrical equipment life;
- Improves performance of equipment;
- Protects sensitive electronic equipment;
- Reduces equipment replacement parts;
- Protects the environment by reducing emission and waster generation;
- Improves safety – lower temperature of cables, generators, motors, and transformers, and eliminate over-heated neutrals;
* depending upon utility billing structure, it may be hard savings.