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Power generating units


Thanks to the EJP plan, any fish farmer can today benefit from significant reductions in electrical invoices, while effectively protecting all the installations against any loss of operation. 
 
The EJP plan (France) 
 
With the aim of limiting the operation of nonprofitable auxiliary power stations, apart from for peak days in winter, EDF (Electricité de France) proposes a specific EJP contract and asks the customer to disconnect from the network over these 22 peak days.
In return, the EDF invoice for the total year is reduced by approximately 40% .
A power generating unit therefore ensures the electricity production which is necessary for the operation of your installations.
This power generating unit will save energy, and it is also an invaluable emergency back-up. 


 
 
 
Automatism - Security

In case of a power cut from EDF, for whatever the reason (lightning, bad weather, network maintenance...), the unit automatically cuts into the power supply within approximately 15 seconds.  
 
 
Installation

For a compact version, the unit must be installed in a clean and aerated room near to the  EDF meter;  with the soundproofed version, it is possible to operate it outside. 
 
 
Power

Calculation of the power from a power generating unit utilizes several parameters:
- the amperage of the meter
- the forecast of expansion in the short or medium term
- safety
- the profitability of the EJP contract.

Broadly, it is considered that:  1 kVa = 0.8 kW  
 


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