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Daimler Trucks North America Receives ISO 50001 Certification at All North American Plants with Support from Advanced Energy, Duke Energy

By Jonathan Susser | June 21, 2021

In late 2019, Daimler Trucks North America (DTNA) contacted Advanced Energy about ISO 50001 consulting. DTNA had previously earned ISO 50001 certification and Superior Energy Performance 50001™ certification at its Mount Holly truck assembly plant — it was now looking to achieve multisite ISO 50001 certification[…]

LED Lighting Upgrades, Retrofit or Replace?

By Charlie Martin | April 13, 2021

Charlie Martin is one of our senior energy engineers. If you have questions or would like information on Advanced Energy’s services, please contact Charlie at 919-857-9021 or fill out our contact form. Light-emitting diode (LED) light sources are fast becoming[…]

Practicing Energy Management with 50001 Ready

By Jonathan Susser | April 8, 2021

Over the past several years, we have become recognized subject matter experts in strategic energy management (SEM) and the ISO 50001 energy management standard. One approach we’ve taken to our work is to guide commercial and industrial facilities through the[…]

VFDs Controlling Chiller Pump Motors

By Charlie Martin | January 15, 2021

Charlie Martin is one of our senior energy engineers. Winter is a perfect time to conduct maintenance on your cooling system and the heart of that system, chillers. It’s also a perfect time to make adjustments to the various components[…]

Battery Storage Solutions for Customers and Utilities

By Colin Thompson and Julia Szeto | December 28, 2020

Battery storage systems are growing in popularity as technology improves, prices decline, and electric utilities and their customers recognize the benefits. Therefore, it is no surprise that system installations are increasing in homes, at businesses and for utility sites. The[…]

Practical Solutions to Industrial Power Quality Issues

By Jonathan Susser | June 9, 2020

Power delivery is changing. New technologies, devices and loads are coming online, and utilities cannot always guarantee flawless electricity distribution to industrial facilities. This combination can lead to power quality issues — stemming from both sides of the electric meter[…]