Kinetic Energy Storage (Flywheels) – IAS October 2019 Meeting
October 15 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm PDT
Everyone is welcome, registration is not required.
In today’s evolving data center, industrial, and healthcare markets it is more important than ever to seek out and deploy infrastructure that is more Reliable, Efficient and Sustainable in infrastructure solutions for small to hyper-scale mission critical facilities.
Justin Jurek with Piller Power Systems Inc. will lead a technology discussion and presentation focusing on the energy storage within the Uninterruptable Power Supply. Chemical energy storage (batteries) for 5,10, 15 minutes of runtime, or kinetic energy storage (flywheels), 25 – 60+ seconds of runtime. The presentation will review the power train of mission critical systems and the benefits of utilizing kinetic energy storage based UPS technology. The presentation will touch on some field applications utilizing kinetic energy technology integrated into either Static or Rotary UPS.
Justin Jurek is responsible for developing and supporting power protection projects for Piller Power Systems in the mission critical marketplace and to be the field-based sales point of contact. He provides both sales and application support in the use and implementation of Piller and Active Power battery-free UPS.
Justin has ten years of professional experience in engineering and business development. During his time with Piller AP, he has interacted with a broad spectrum of professionals including datacenter, healthcare, and industrial end users, electrical design engineers, and property developers. His background in UPS systems includes rotary and static UPS, various forms of energy storage including batteries and flywheels, LV and MV distribution, and mission critical microgrid system solutions. Justin holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the State University of New York, at Buffalo (SUNY).
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