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The Basic Power™ Unit is an Energy Management System that has no equal.

Basic Power, Inc. manufacturers a revolutionary energy management system that is based upon an electromagnetic core that utilizes, patent pending, twin toroidal power quality transformer technology. This technology has been shown to reduce kWh consumption in buildings in excess of 11%. The BPU™ models cover residential, commercial and industrial voltages and uses a simple approach to lower energy use.

Use What You Pay For and Only Pay For What You Use.

  • The BPU™ senses and corrects anomalies in the electrical service arising from the utility supplied electrical service and power quality issues created within your building to make your electrical power very efficient.
  • The BPU™ clips the energy spikes that are generated when equipment is switched to reduce your “Peak Demand” which you utility company uses as a benchmark rate when billing you.
  • The BPU™ eliminates any harmonic distortion within your electrical service and recycles this energy back into useful power.
  • The BPU™ balances all the electrical phases and reduces the kW where it is too high or too low on a particular phase.
  • The BPU™ suppresses sags and surges and optimizes the electrical voltage entering your building.

The BPU™ technology represents the Best Bang for Your Buck when considering any energy efficient upgrade, retrofit or ESCO project.

  • Payback in under 24 months
  • Installed within a couple of hours by a licensed electrician
  • Connects in parallel through a spare breaker in your electrical panel
  • No need to switch off any equipment when installing
  • Works with variable speed drives and any existing power quality technology on site
  • Improves the performance of your motors and compressors
  • Improves the performance of renewable energy systems when added to DC inverters
  • The BPU™ does not require permits or planning permission

Basic Power, Inc. has been featured on a Pennsylvania’s Channel 13 News with a live demonstration of kW reduction using their BPU™ technology in addition to an on-camera testimonial by local township officials as to energy savings realized at two municipally owned sewer plants.
Stephen Washington