Self-Install Facilities Remote Monitoring Covid-19 & Brexit

Self-Install Energy Monitoring Equipment

Martin Leenane News & Updates

With the lingering effect of Covid-19 feeding into 2021/22. Access to plant facilities is highly restricted. No company wants to risk production due to Covid-19 outbreaks. Allowing random engineers on-site is more complicated and delays on-site upgrades. However, technology and work practices are adapting and finding opportunities in the challenges.At ResourceKraft we have been designing, developing and installing turn-key energy …

Resolve Power Quality Remote Monitoring Covid-19

RESOLVE Power Quality: Remote Monitoring Covid-19 & Brexit

Martin Leenane News & Updates

Access to production facilities in a Covid era can be restrictive and slow. You can’t afford downtime and the head-ache of delayed service. Additionally, Brexit has complicated access to replacement parts. ResourceKraft Resolve prevents expensive equipment problems before they occur. Resolve monitors for dirty power entering your facility. Dirty power causes transient voltage and current variations in the waveform that …

Advisor Energy Systems Remote Monitoring Covid-19 & Brexit

Advisor Energy Systems: Remote Monitoring

Martin Leenane News & Updates

Covid-19 has restricted the free movement of people in the workplace. Restricted access to site areas is required to maintain health and safety standards. ResourceKraft Advisor Energy Monitoring System enables you to extend your team’s remote work opportunities. Advisor monitors equipment and displays its performance through online analytics software. Advisor ensures that systems are still running in hard to reach …

Resolve Power Quality Mission Critical Equipment Covid-19 & Brexit

Resolve Power Quality: Protect Mission Critical Equipment

Martin Leenane News & Updates

Controlling production and maintenance is essential in the Covid & Brexit era. Components can be hard to source quickly. Access to Covid restricted facilities is complicating and slowing service. Organisations can’t afford disruption from motor burnout and controller downtime.Many plant engineers and managers only look at fixing the symptom – the broken hardware. They don’t have the data to identify …

Harmonics Headers

Harmonics and the hidden cost of poor Power Quality

Karl Turner News & Updates

Electrical power quality is a measure of the electrical energy supplied into your building in terms of a steady voltage delivered in a smooth alternating frequency. However, it is also a measure of how efficiently your business is using this electrical energy and ultimately how much of it you need to consume to do the same amount of work.  In an ideal world, the AC voltage delivered by your utility would be a pure sine wave of …

Tidal Power

Off-Shore Tidal Energy

Karl Turner News & Updates

Tidal Power or Tidal Energy is a form of Hydropower that uses the natural rise and fall of the tides to create energy for electrical generation. Tidal plants can only be installed along coastlines. So, this seems like the rational move to make on our Coastlines in Ireland.  These plants are likened to that of Wind Turbines, except they are underwater. The mechanical energy …

Windmills

Electric Vehicles

Frank Casey News & Updates

Electric Vehicles (EVs) are being heralded as the big solution that will help the world reduce the total amount of CO2 emissions to a sustainable level. Transport currently accounts for around 30% of the total CO2 emissions on the planet, reaching as high as 50% in some areas. This also causes massive congestion and air pollution in these cities with …

Renewable Energy

Variable Renewable Energy

Frank Casey News & Updates

As we move towards more renewable energy generation, we encounter problems that did not occur in our current system of generation – namely the variability of the power output. We can predict with a good amount of accuracy how much wind is going to blow or the amount of sunlight on any given day, but we are still some way …

Carbon Tax

Carbon Tax for the Irish Market

Frank Casey News & Updates

A recent study was published in the UK regarding their Carbon Tax and the impact it had on the percentage of the total electricity generated in the country that came from fossil fuels, specifically coal. The amount of electricity produced by coal on the UK grid fell by 37% over a 6-year period since the Carbon Tax was introduced (from …

Biomass: The Benefits of Anaerobic Digesters

Karl Turner News & Updates

Ireland is currently the 2nd worst performing country in Europe when it comes to tackling greenhouse gas emissions and our carbon footprint. Only about 9% of our energy is coming from renewable sources. With the prospect of hefty fines on the horizon from the EU for not meeting our 2020 carbon reduction target of 20%, there is a growing need …