Missed services: more and more hotel services depend on electricity, for example room access, which from the simple key turned to transponders access control system. An energy problem could block the system causing considerable inconvenience to hotel guests and consequently also to the hotel itself.
Electricity bills too expensive: for example a 5-star hotel consumes more than 2,500,000 kwh/year on average. The highest energy consumption in accommodation facilities is due to lighting and heating/cooling. Tourists accommodation facilities consume a quadruple of energy compared to private homes; the high consumption is due to the presence in each room of mini-bars, air conditioners, plasma TV, additional services such as sauna, lights continuously on in the common areas, etc.
The PQL solution:
It reduces the thermal and electrical stresses of loads reducing faults and disservices ensuring the continuity of the service.
It checks and balances the power supply voltage of the electric loads (eg conditioning) in order to have maximum efficiency and minimum consumption.
It erases or reduces the penalties for reactive energy: complying with the new AEEG Resolution 654/2015 / R / EEL enforced since January 2016.