Wondering what power factor means and how you could be penalized by having a low power factor?
With rising energy rates and concerns over efficient delivery of power, time-tested power factor correction has become a popular means of reducing utility bills. Power factor correction is catching the attention of numerous industries. For example, ENERGY STAR, an international standard for energy-efficient consumer products, has set a power factor standard of 0.9 or higher for its products.
Capacitor and electronic means of power factor correction provide substantial benefits to electrical power systems. This white paper covers top benefits, including cost savings, increased load capacity, and more dependable voltage levels. It also gives a complete explanation of what power factor means and how utilities penalize facilities with low power factors.
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