Help your equipment survive and learn to compensate for poor power quality.

What is good power quality? What is normal? What is acceptable? We’ll answer these questions and give you a systematic three-step approach to addressing power quality problems in your facility. We will show you several ways to ensure that your equipment rides through most power quality problems. We’ll also give you tips on how to keep your facility up and running by compensating for poor power quality.

Harmonic, transient and EMI solutions will also be discussed and the webinar will wrap with a brief look at phase-loss protection.

Register today.
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2023
11:00 am to noon

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About the Speakers

1666902836-47e0711a19c22526 Brian Olsen
Technical Engineer

Brian Olsen has a master's in environmental management from IIT, and worked for 10 years as a US Dept of Energy Regional Project Manager for Industrial and Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs for the 8 states of the Midwest. He was also a former instructor at Ecotech Institute, a post secondary trade school for solar, wind, and high voltage technicians. He was a partner at PVS solar company in Denver just prior to joining Questline.

1643304838-13b7a9c45e3ae46e Trevor Swanson
Program Manager, APS

Trevor Swanson is the Program Manager for the APS Solutions for Business Program. Trevor was in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, working as an electrician and nuclear propulsion plant supervisor on submarines. Since retiring, Trevor spent 14 years in healthcare facilities management before joining APS. Trevor holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Nuclear Engineering Technology from Thomas Edison State College, a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and has held the title of Certified Energy Manager since 2006.

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