By charging golf cars for their typical six-hour charge at midnight, golf courses are able to reduce an average of 90 kilowatts of demand on the electric grid during peak periods. An energy audit may reveal that by running pumps and golf-car charging off-peak and limiting the demand of HVAC units in club houses, it may be possible to reduce energy costs overall. This also helps position the golf course as a good neighbor relieving grid congestion during peak hours.
- Eaton’s Pow-R-Command mitigates job-site risks by replacing the existing panels.
- Eaton’s Energy Solutions can also reduce the operational costs of managing a golf course by providing services such as: Sustainability strategies, Energy audits, Water conservation studies, Water planning, and Retro-commissioning.
- Analysis of HVAC, lighting and other systems to reduce demand by cycling rooftops, lighting retrofits and lighting control.
- Pow-R-Command incorporates Eaton’s Smart Breaker, which includes the relay function inside the circuit breaker that enables a new or retrofit solution that is typically completed in one day or less.
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