How to Put Your Mission-critical UPS and Battery Assets to Work for Your Bottom Line

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How to Put Your Mission-critical UPS and Battery Assets to Work for Your Bottom Line

Date: Tuesday, August 25, 2020
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

As the world shifts towards distributed energy resources (DERs), data center managers have a unique opportunity to earn additional revenue from assets currently deployed. Thanks to lithium-ion battery technology, uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) now have the capability to achieve a dual benefit – transforming from a load on the grid to a value-generating asset. In this webinar, learn how this new capability allows data centers and facilities to maintain complete control of deployed UPS and battery assets, and reduce facility operating costs or earn revenue through energy market participation. 

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Featured Speakers: 



Ed Spears, Technical Marketing Manager, Eaton
Ed Spears is a technical marketing manager at Eaton, where he helps ensure that their Power Quality products meet the needs of their clients for use in datacenters, telecommunications, medical imaging and lab environments, as well as industrial process controls.



James McBryde, Energy Storage Growth Manager, Eaton
James McBryde is the Energy Storage Growth Manager in Eaton’s Power Quality Division in Raleigh, North Carolina.  James has 14 years of Systems Engineering, Engineering Management, and Business Development experience in the Power Systems and Commercial Electronics fields.  He currently oversees Eaton’s Lithium battery, EnergyAware UPS, and Energy Storage growth initiatives.”

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