Power Supply

Ensuring 24x7 power supply, especially in the context of a university campus, involves several strategies and infrastructure investments. Here are some key components that contribute to achieving uninterrupted power.

  • Regular Maintenance and Monitoring:- Routine maintenance of power infrastructure, including generators, transformers, and switchgear, is essential to ensure reliable operation. Continuous monitoring and proactive maintenance practices can help identify potential issues before they lead to power disruptions.
  • Energy Storage Systems:- Integrating energy storage systems, such as batteries or flywheels, into the campus power infrastructure can store excess energy during periods of low demand and discharge it during peak demand or grid outages, providing additional resilience
  • Uninterrupted Power supply:- Critical facilities on campus, such as data centers, laboratories, and medical facilities, may be equipped with UPS systems to provide short-term power backup during grid outages or while generators are starting up.
  • Backup Power Generation:- Installing backup power generation systems such as diesel generators, natural gas generators, or solar power systems can provide electricity during grid outages or emergencies. These backup systems can be sized according to the campus's power demand and can automatically kick in when the primary power source fails