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Risk Assessment

ABB Limited

ABB Limited

Your site’s Power Factor (PF) is the relationship between the active and reactive power on the network. It measures how effectively you use the electricity you buy. A poor PF – lower than 0.9 - means you are effectively burning money.

 

Furse

Furse

With over 120 years of experience Furse (a member of the ABB group) provide world leading earthing, lightning and electronic systems protection solutions. From our own designed and manufactured products, through to risk assessment and systems design advice, Furse offer a renowned Total Solution to all your earthing and lightning protection needs, with our products specified and installed in many prestigious projects globally.

TNEI Services

TNEI Services

About Us

TNEI is an energy sector consultancy with a team of approximately 30 dedicated power systems consultants. The Power System & Technology group within TNEI has a well earned and enviable reputation in the power systems consultancy field. Our clients include major industrial organisations, electricity transmission and distribution companies, oil and gas industries.

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