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Power Factor Correction & Voltage Management Systems
"Half year Jump"
With the Olympics coming up fast on the horizon, we thought fit to use the analogy of a trained athlete. There’s no hop and skip associated with this performance just a straight, faultless jump as the outcome. The ‘jump’, refers to the half year sales just posted by Skelmersdale based, EnergyAce.
With all the negativity surrounding Brexit, based on employers not knowing what the future might hold, pure positivity surrounds the increase in turnover of this regional-electrical engineer. This promises to be a record year in its trading history.
EnergyAce is a solutions provider to the energy efficiency market. It manufactures energy saving systems in the form of Power Factor Correction (PFC) and Voltage Management Systems (VMS – Voltage Optimisation), in conjunction with its own patented technology to control and improve overall electrical efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and reduce electricity spend by up to 20%.
Managing Director, Gary Vizard comments: “There is no singular reason that the growth has resulted. It’s a reflection of the hard work and graft of our loyal team, combined with taking advantage of market opportunities both at home and overseas. I have to say the results are on schedule for where we predicted, but needless to say we are jumping with joy”.
EnergyAce is a trading name of Power Efficient Systems Limited that has been trading since 2002. The first six month has shown collaboration and ventures in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. More agents and distributors are coming from the European Community. And the innovation and launch, by this family business, of the EnergyAce Compact range – a domestic and light commercial product that works in all residential households and small businesses – has meant more enquiries and penetration of new markets. Needless to say, the implications are that there is a need for more, quality staff and electrician(s) are now being sought. Anyone with panel building experience to manufacture electrical control panels and occasionally visit clients sites to install or maintain might like to make contact through: www.energyace.co.uk