RoseWater Energy Group is participating in several Energy Days education seminars for local integrators with cet & associates in Denver and Orion Integrated Systems in Fort Lauderdale and Naples. The half-day seminars will be held in February and March.
The cet & associates’ Energy Days event will be hosted on March 9 and 10 at their Denver office. Joe Piccirilli from RoseWater Energy, Matt McWilliams, Jeremy Clark, and Jesse Kahn from BrightVault and Jimmy Paschke and Vince Luiani from Predictive Power (Innovolt and 360 Power) will participate in a Manufacturer Round Table where integrators can learn and interact with peers and factory representatives regarding opportunities and best practices in energy.
Integrators will be able to ask the experts in energy their questions about products, applications, and the future.
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Following the panel, integrators can meet with each of the manufacturers to get their questions answered and bring opportunities and projects to discuss and design in person. Lunch will be served to attendees at each of the four three-hour seminars offered. Registration is still available for some of the hosted sessions.
“These forward-thinking reps understand how critical energy management is becoming for their dealers and their clients,” RoseWater Energy’s Piccirilli said. “The panel will help integrators understand how the different manufacturers address the category and give a good overview of how to manage a power ecosystem.”
RoseWater Energy will also be participating in Orion Integrated Solutions’ Energy Summits next week. The Fort Lauderdale events will be held at the Lutron Experience Center in Plantation on February 28 and March 1. Additional sessions will be held in Naples, FL, on Thursday March 2. For more information, please contact your local Orion Integrated rep.
The RoseWater Hubs are designed to provide true Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) functionality with zero transfer time, energy storage for back up, and the ability to harness excess solar power for self-consumption. When AC input is available, AC power is converted to DC, which is then converted back to AC for use in the critical load panel.
When AC input is unavailable, DC battery power is converted to AC with zero transfer time. An intelligent controller module decides when to draw power, and how much power to draw from the AC or DC source. During AC input brownout condition, output power is supplemented by battery power.