Reactive Power Compensation in an Urban Health Centre

ABSTRACT

An Indian health center located in a metro city was faced with problems of high kVA demand (beyond the contracted demand with the utility), low power factor, etc., resulting in high energy bills. After a detailed study and analysis of the key parameters, a solution of ‘Real time power factor correction’ (RTPFC) was recommended and implemented. The results, as can be seen in this study, were excellent, exceeding the expectations.

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Reactive Power Compensation in an Urban Health Centre

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