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Eaton Spotlights Sustainability at The Energy Show


Eaton’s Electrical Sector
The Energy Show 2011
RDS Dublin
30th and 31st March 2011
Stands H10 and J13

Eaton’s Electrical Sector is turning the spotlight on sustainability at the Energy Show 2011, with products and solutions that highlight environmental benefits and help businesses to improve efficiency and reduce operating costs.

As a concrete example of how recent developments are helping to enhance sustainability, Eaton is showing a dual-conversion uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from its new 9395 range, which has the lowest carbon footprint of any comparable product. The 9395 is especially suited to data centres and has now been recognised as meeting the stringent requirements associated with qualification for the UK government’s Enhanced Capital Allowances scheme.

Eaton is a global leader in the provision of innovative sustainable solutions for the electrical sector, and offers a wide range of supporting technologies that are ready for immediate deployment. This means that users – and the environment – can immediately start enjoying proven and substantial benefits.

Throughout the exhibition, experts from Eaton are available on the stand to discuss these technologies, which include variable speed drives, flexible sub-metering solutions, photovoltaic energy systems and power factor correction. The experts on the stand are also offering details of Eaton’s PowerChain Management for electrical distribution, which is an innovative holistic approach aimed at effective optimisation of the measurement and control of energy usage in electrical power systems at every level.

In addition to discussing the company’s products and services, Eaton is also offering advice related to the specific requirements of visitors to the exhibition and, thanks to its exceptionally wide product portfolio and its in-depth expertise in all facets of the electrical sector, it is uniquely well placed to ensure that this advice is accurate and dependable, and that it reflects the most recent developments and trends.

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