powerPerfector Expands to North American Market

LONDON — London-based powerPerfector has announced the expansion of its Voltage Power Optimisation (VPO) technology to the North American market through a partnership with the Enercorr Voltage Optimization Systems, based in Canada.

The system, which reduces voltage across any given site, will allow facilities in North America to acquire cost savings for greater quality voltage. Along with co-owner William Barber, who has more than 30 years experience in industrial fuel savings systems and carbon reduction in large commercial and industrial facilities, EnerCorr CEO Ed Langton has more than 20 years of experience providing services to the correctional facilities market.

“powerPerfector has built an excellent reputation for its savings and reliability and we believe that, with our strong presence in this huge market, we can make an immediate impact," Langton said.

As a leading provider of VPO technology in the UK, powerPerfector has assisted in reducing electricity costs by six to 12 percent, reduces carbon dioxide emissions and improves power quality to protect electrical infrastructure, according to a company press release. These benefits provide a system that is more efficient and long lasting while also allowing for better regulation and control.

“VPO can make a huge difference to any organization’s drive to reduce costs, carbon and carbon taxation. Replicating powerPerfector’s approach to sales, engineering and measurement and verification will help the successful launch of the technology in our market," Langton said.

According to the company, powerPerfector has contributed to a significant reduction in carbon footprints, saving clients millions of pounds in carbon emissions. PowerPerfector has installed their system in more than 4,500 sites throughout the UK, including in Her Majesty’s Prisons.

"We are delighted to finalize the distribution agreement with EnerCorr," said powerPerfector CEO Jamie Buchanan. "They were very keen to take on the powerPerfector brand. We believe the combination of a strong brand and their existing distribution capability provides is an exciting prospect for both parties."