The Critical Power conferences are focused on the latest advancements in critical power technology and services for data centers, industrial and manufacturing facilities, military, laboratories, healthcare, financial institutes, telecom and disaster recovery.


The events are held throughout the year in various locations and serve the needs of managers and technical professionals involved in operations where reliable and continuous power is a critical factor, and addressing the needs specific in each region.


Critical Power 2016 will be held in Schaumburg, Ill., April 13-14, 2016.


Critical Power North America will be held in Denver, Colo., August 3-4, 2016.


Recent studies estimate that in the US alone losses due to power interruptions and power quality disturbances amount to more than $150 billion annually from lost productivity, idled manpower, delivery penalties, damage to work in progress and equipment malfunction or damage. This new reality is causing a transformation in solutions and technologies for dealing with the threat of power outage and power quality fluctuations at virtually all data centers, industrial, commercial, institutional and government facilities. This event will explore the strategies and solutions coming on stream that can dramatically improve the power security for these operations.


Subjects covered in the program will include choosing the right system and technologies for your requirements, best practices in testing and maintenance, system economics, assessing new and emerging technologies, monitoring for reliability, operations for emergency and disaster scenarios, and case studies of managing power interruptions.

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