Independent References

A number of Powerstar clients have referenced the installation of Powerstar in videos, documents and articles highlighting the energy saving measures adopted by the company. These independent reviews of voltage optimisation provide evidence into how voltage optimisation can form an integral part of any sustainability strategy.

RWE npower reference Powerstar in Carbon Trust Standard video RWE npower reviews of voltage optimisation

RWE npower have recently released a video which offers a brief description of their carbon trust standard award. The video explains what measures RWE npower have put in place to reduce energy across their power stations and offices.

Powerstar now works in partnership with RWE npower to deliver voltage optimisation systems to npower Business customers. Click here for more information on the Powerstar & npower Business partnership.

Honeywell Building Solutions Honeywell review of voltage optimisation

Following the installation Honeywell Building Solutions commented “Since the installation of the voltage optimisation system, we have been delighted with the savings that we have recorded on site. The voltage optimisation system helped us to reduce our impact on the environment and substantially lower our electricity bills”

View the full case study prepared by Honeywell following the successful installation of Powerstar on their client’s site. 

Licensed Carlsberg Brewery references Powerstar in video

carlsberg-logo Cyprus based Photos Photiades Brewery Pltd, a licensed Brewery for the Carlsberg Lager brands, recently released a video summarising the energy saving measures taken at the Nicosia based site.

In this video (In Greek) voltage optimisation was referenced as being a success, providing 12% savings in electricity consumption for the brewery.

Read the full case Carlsberg case study.





    October 2016: Powering energy savings in South Africa

      Powerstar South Africa, a distributor for market leading energy storage and voltage optimisation brand Powerstar, is currently saving Pick n Pay, South Africa’s second largest supermarket chain store on average over 8% in electricity costs across two of its stores. The company, which is enjoying its largest period of growth since entering the market