Crestchic will be exhibiting at the world’s leading event for the power generation market, PowerGen International, in Orlando from the 21st – 23rd February 2023.

The event is expecting over 8,000 attendees across three days, all there to meet and learn from more than 500 exhibitors. The show serves as a business and networking hub for electricity generators, utilities and solutions providers to enjoy face-to-face discussion, and learning opportunities surrounding key industry challenges.

Members of the Crestchic team will be at Booth 2045 throughout the event to discuss how we are supporting the power generation sector. We will showcase our latest technologies and demonstrate our full range of capabilities, including:

  • Manufacture and supply of load banks from 20kW up to 7000kW.
  • Large multi-megawatt, medium voltage load bank packages to test and synchronise multi-genset systems on a common bus with a lagging power factor
  • Resistive-reactive load banks for testing the whole system operation in an emergency change-over scenario
  • Capacitive load banks to test with the leading power factor often associated with servers

Steven Bacon, Business Development Manager for Crestchic in North America, commented:

“This will be the 15th year we have taken part in the PowerGen International exhibition. It provides our team with a global stage for showcasing the latest load bank technologies, as well as our service and rental offerings.

“We expect this year’s show to be of particular importance given the global energy crisis. Demand for generators is on the up, which is a clear sign that businesses are reviewing their continuity and energy resilience plans.

“Load banks are a critical part of that planning – with issues around grid reliability, energy shortfalls, and the transition to more sustainable power sources, it has never been more important that operators test their backup power systems.

“The team is looking forward to meeting both existing and up and coming players in the international power generation market to discuss new and emerging trends that will help bring energy resilience to key economies.”

The exhibition will offer a range of technical conferences on sector critical topics, plus a programme of Mega Sessions that will deliver a more general birds-eye view of the challenges and successes happening across the power generation market.

To register for the event, and to learn more about the conferences and sessions, click here.