Every NRG unit is filled with a special chemical compound. Connection to the AC power provokes chemical and physical reaction between the compound components and generates free electrons. The concentration of the free electrons in the unit increases, which causes the electrons to move from the high concentration area (NRG unit) to the low concentration area (consumer’s network). Thus, the concentration of the free electrons of all conductors in the network increases, which means the increase of the network conductivity. And conductivity is inversely proportional to the total network resistance. In other words, we decrease the total network resistance. NRG equipment is designed to attenuate losses in the consumer’s network.

NRG system bears a positive effect on the network section located after the transformer. The transformer is a barrier that holds the effect of the system. Thus, NRG can be installed in a flat and cottage, but then the system will affect all sections and consumers in the grid located after the transformer and the economy for one consumer will be less.

NRG system is best for extensive electrical networks connecting various equipment. The old and exhausted equipment gets more effect.

The warranty period of the NRG system operation is 2 years.

For 24-hour enterprises (three-shift work), at which the 10% economy has been achieved, the pay-back period is less than one year.

NRG system was developed by a group of Russian scientists and is manufactured in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

NRG system can be installed on any sites that require energy. For example, mechanical engineering plants, food production facilities, supermarkets, shops, hotels, hospitals, gas stations, etc.

The choice of a unit is conditioned by the maximum power consumption on the site. For example, the power of the transformer substation is 630 kW, and the maximum power consumption at this substation during peak load is 150 kW, then the NRG unit designed for 150 kW is installed.

Yes, the equipment has received a certificate of conformity.

The installation can be performed by the customer’s own efforts or by the supplier or by a third-party organisation that carries out the installation of the electrical equipment on this site.

The NRG network is installed downstream of the step-down transformer, electricity meter and general circuit-breaker. The best connection point is the closest to the transformer.

Voltage swings and other changes to any characteristics of the network do not bare negative effect on the NRG equipment.

After connection to the AC network, the microcurrent that can be measured via a clamp-on meter (FLUKE 360, for instance), runs through the cable connecting every NRG unit to every network phase.

The service life of the NRG system is 20-30 years.

Yes, this is possible. This is a perfect solution for the sites where the NRG system has been previously installed. It is not necessary to reinstall the whole system. In this case, the customer will be required to install only the additional NRG kit designed for the power amount equal to the power load increase.

One of the methods is described in this section.

Yes, you can. You need to install the NRG equipment downstream of the electrical substation that transmits the power to individual customers.

You can buy the system from us or from one of our official distributors.

The NRG unit is selected in compliance with the maximum peak power load. For example, if the peak load is 200 kW, the NRG system designed for 200 kW is selected. If a system designed for 100 kW is installed, the economy effect will be less. But in this case, the NRG system will operate without malfunctioning despite the power overload. If you install the NRG system designed for the power exceeding the peak power load of the site, it will not bring the extra economy effect and the amount of the energy saved will be equal to the one by the unit designed for 200 kW. This is because the NRG system reduces power losses in the network, it is not capable of reducing power consumption by the amount exceeding the amount of the current power losses in the network.