Crestchic Loadbanks, a leading provider of load testing and power solutions, will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Distributed Energy Show, which takes place on 13th & 14th March 2024 at Telford International Centre. 

According to the organisers, the event features the UK’s widest array of technologies for onsite and localised heat and power generation along with the infrastructure, software and components necessary to connect to the energy network and implement a low-cost, low-carbon energy strategy.

Known for their expertise in designing and manufacturing load testing equipment, Crestchic Load banks play a crucial role in ensuring the reliability and performance of power systems across various industries. The Distributed Energy Show provides an ideal platform for the Crestchic team to share expertise about the importance of testing backup power systems to ensure reliability and maintain operational integrity.

Paul Cotton, European Rental Sales Manager at Crestchic, explains “Load banks are widely known as a vital piece of equipment for testing and verifying backup power sources such as diesel generators. However, they also play a valuable role in the testing of any power source, for grid balancing during the energy transition, testing and verifying off-grid power plants such as BESS and solar, and ensuring that gas turbines and gensets don’t suffer from the ill effects of running under a low load. Having attended the show as visitors last year, we’re excited to meet with colleagues from across the power industry to explore how we can support them to ensure that their power systems run safely and efficiently.” 

Visitors to the Crestchic Loadbanks booth at the Distributed Energy Show will have the opportunity to chat with the team about the role of load testing, and gain insights into how load banks can enhance the performance and efficiency of their power systems.

To learn more about the Distributed Energy Show, or register to attend, visit the official event website at