In this live CPD accredited webinar by Kohler Uninterruptible Power, supported by DE Power, the reasons for deploying a generator as well as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system will be discussed along with the various considerations for specifying and installing a backup generator.
In addition to looking at emissions and fuels, sizing correctly and reducing size through proper integration with UPS. These areas can often be problematic when using these sibling technologies together, it will also highlight what information and questions to have ready when approaching a potential supplier.
Alex Emms, Operations Director, Kohler Uninterruptible Power, UK
Alex has 30 years’ experience of the power protection business and over 20 years’ service at KUP.
Alex started out as a Field Service Engineer, progressing to Senior Engineer, Supervisor, Service Manager and now Operations Director. He is qualified with HNC in Electrical & Electronic Engineering and a CMI Level 5 Diploma in Management & Leadership.
Ian Jackson, Managing Director, Kohler Uninterruptible Power, Ireland
Ian graduated from DIT faculty of Electrical Engineering in 1998 and immediately began working in the UPS industry for Motogen as a Service Engineer until 2003 when he formed Pure Power Systems (now Kohler Uninterruptible Power). Since then, Ian has been responsible for some of the largest and most complex standby power projects in Ireland and has gained vast experience in this sector.
Pat Cregan, Managing Director, DE Power Solutions Ltd
MD of DE Power Solutions Limited, the exclusive distributor in Ireland for KOHLER. Pat has almost 40 years’ experience in the Standby Diesel Generator market, both in Ireland and abroad. He has worked on some of the largest emergency power projects in Ireland and indeed the EMEA area through his direct working relationship with Kohler Generators, headquartered in Brest France. Pat’s background is in marine mechanical engineering, and having gone through DIT faculty in Dublin, started working on emergency generators in Motogen in the mid-eighties. He now heads up one of the largest dedicated standby generator companies in Ireland.
This free-to-attend course is likely to be very popular, so book early to avoid disappointment.