The expert speaks.
A blog about our work and our experiences inland and abroad.
Personal experiences of our Power Quality specialists.
Not only our team is growing, but also our working area and the issues and problems surrounding Power Quality. This keeps the work challenging for our Power Quality specialists. Every customer, every sector, every installation and every situation is different. The commissioning of a filter on a yacht is a completely different experience than performing a Power Quality measurement in a data center. Specialist knowledge is an absolute necessity for both activities, but the background, actions and environment are completely different. Our Power Quality specialists share their experiences in this blog.
Coming soon: simulations during design of wind turbine park
By Srivats Venkateswaran | May 2021
"Due to our high expertise in the field of simulation services, we were able to make a valuable contribution during the design phase of a new wind farm to be built."
Monitoring and data: essential for clean, safe power in an increasingly complex world
By Jorlan Peeters | Januari 2022
"No one should need to worry about the availability and safety of voltage and current. Production at virtually every company, the energy transition, and new ways of working are more closely linked to the proper functioning of electrical installations than ever before."
Shortage of electrical engineers: a real risk to energy transition
By Jorlan Peeters | December 2021
"Electrification is set to play an essential, even indispensable, role in reducing CO2 emissions and making the transition to sustainable energy. After all, if we want to significantly reduce the use of fossil fuels, sufficient ‘green’ electricity will need to be available."
Minimizing potential damage and fire hazards on yachts
By Arnau Sans | October 2021
“Yachts present a number of very specific, complex Power Quality challenges. Applying pur experience in this area and coming up with solutions is always a fun challenge.”
Arc flash studies for AC + DC on a yacht
By Arnau Sans | October 2021
"A major electrical developer for the yacht industry asked us to perform arc flash studies on their newest ship. However, the on-board electrical installation was a hybrid of AC and DC power supplies. Out of 30 distribution boards, eight were designed for a DC system, with batteries and rectifiers."
Improved power quality and reliability at the largest hospital in the region
By Joost Giesbers | September 2021
"We have installed two new refrigeration compressors in a hospital to improve the quality of the electricity."
Ensuring constant (operational) security for a data center managed by Zentrys
By Arnou Sans | March 2021
“Last year, HyTEPS conducted research on arc flash formation and selectivity at a Zentrys managed site in Groningen to determine whether there was sufficient selectivity with regard to arc flash.”
Limit the risks of arc flash
By Jorlan Peeters | March 2021
“I think that as an employer you have an obligation to analyze every risk and come up with a solution. Fatal accidents due to arc flashes still occur. "
Optimization of the largest solar panel park in the region
By Seymour Pijpers | March 2021
“Contributing to optimal production of the largest solar panel park; a challenging project and unique experience.”
Power Quality now and 10 years ago
By Wendy Aikema | September 2020
"Power Quality is no longer seen as a distant reality. That is a substantial change compared to 10 years ago."
Speaking in front of 150 electrotechnical colleagues
By Christan van Dorst | Dec 2019
“Speaking for the first time in front of a group of about 150 electrotechnical colleagues. That was a moment that will stay with me for a long time to come.”
On a yacht in Cannes during the fireworks festival
By Arnau Sans | Nov 2019
“Last summer, I visited Cannes during the annual fireworks festival. During this time, I got to carry out a Power Quality scan on a vast luxury yacht."