SolarEdge Case Study – The Wellcome Genome Campus UPS & PV System
An Holistic Approach to Energy Management at the World-Renowned Biomedical Research Site
Read this case study from SolarEdge Critical Power. It details how they work with the Wellcome Genome Campus to protect critical equipment, servers and security systems. They do this whilst ensuring reliability, flexibility and a reduction in their carbon footprint.
The SolarEdge Critical Power solution at the Wellcome Genome Campus comprises two parts:
- A series of fully-maintained modular UPS systems
- Two solar PV systems
These solutions continually deliver energy savings alongside continuity and peace of mind.
Read more about this ongoing work by reading the full case study available via the link below.
Case Study from SolarEdge Critical Power
ABOUT SOLAREDGE CRITICAL POWER
UPS Solutions Provider
With today’s accelerating demands for data and always-on communications, SolarEdge Critical Power has been powering data centres, computer rooms, medical facilities, control centres, laboratories and production lines, all over the world, for over five decades. SolarEdge Critical Power delivers both innovative UPS products and flexible and cost-effective maintenance and servicing for UPS systems.
SolarEdge Critical Power is a member of the SolarEdge family that includes the PV division – the world’s No.1 solar inverter company; the e-mobility division – a leading innovator in powertrain solutions and the battery division which manufactures premium batteries and advanced Energy Storage Systems.
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Published 7th April 2021