Data centres across the globe are growing in size and numbers with increasing demand on performance and efficiency so selecting the right UPS system for your data centre can be a complex task. There is a continuing focus on reducing energy consumption and emissions in order to reduce overall energy costs and to meet environmental legislation.
The Carbon Trust provides a managed Energy Technology List (ETL) service on behalf of the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) which allow businesses to demonstrate that they provide energy efficiency equipment.
Upon receiving the certification for the BPC PowerTower Green Modular UPS range to be included in the ETL, Managing Director Malcolm Henley had this to say: “We are delighted to receive the Carbon Trust Standard which is a terrific achievement and I am very proud of the way BPC have taken up the challenge to deliver products and services to our customer that are more environmentally sustainable.”
BPC realises the increased reliance on data centre equipment with uninterrupted availability is such that uptime is now essential for the business operation. The PowerTower Green modular UPS system offers reduced running costs, increased availability and provides high efficiency solutions that delivers energy saving value.
Along with the possible hardware, data loss and financial implications of unexpected downtime, new technologies are driving changes to the way uninterruptible power supplies are designed to offer the best in availability, flexibility, reliability and total cost of ownership.
The BPC PowerTower Green modular UPS series covers both chassis based and rack independent designs, incorporating hot swappable power modules and battery trays, to deliver the best combination of reliability, functionality and scalability at a competitive price. Designed specifically for data centres, computer systems and critical applications, this innovative and reliable power system commits to meet the market requirements.
BPC offers more single frame solutions than any other manufacturer on the market today, with 12, 24, 36, 50, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 500, 800 and 1200kVA chassis, reducing the need to parallel cabinets and improving the reliability of installations. All systems can be configured to various input and output configurations 1/1, 3/1, 1/3 and 3/3 phases.
The PowerTower Green UPS offers today’s data centre management the opportunity for sustainability and future growth. With flexibility and scalability combined with lower cost of service contracts, short and long term, we can increase savings on overall operations.