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GE Critical Power - State of the Industry Infographic

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  • 1. CRITICAL POWER Critical power systems are energy management systems that detect outages, start back-up generators, and provide clean power to mission-critical equipment. An important part of this system is an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) System―a battery-powered backup system that ensures continuous power delivery to electronic and electrical applications. DATA IS GROWING Over the next decade, the amount of information managed by data centers will grow by a factor of 50. Aggregate electricity use for data centers doubled worldwide from 2000 to 2005, and continues to grow. MISSION CRITICAL FACILITIES, WHAT IS IT WHY DO WE NEED IT Currently, these data centers consume 247 TWh per year of electricity. That’s equivalent to 4.1 times the amount used by New York City. By 2025, the amount will grow to the equivalent of between 9 to 14 mega cities. The EPA identified adoption of higher efficiency UPS systems as a key factor in reducing datacenter power consumption. if destroyed, would disrupt business continuity, public health, safety, or national security, such as: ANNUALLY WHAT HAPPENS WITHOUT IT IN ONE HOUR, the revenue lost: For a third of businesses would exceed For a major corporation can range up to Outage costs to society amount to $119 billion Power interruptions to U.S. electricity consumers cost $79 billion $50,000 $6.5 million DATA CENTERSCOLLEGES/ UNIVERSITIES HOSPITALS FINANCIAL DATA PROCESSING COMMUNICATIONS CENTERS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTERS HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HANDLING TRANSPORTATION CENTERS Which are vulnerable to Manmade disasters, such as terrorist acts Natural disasters, such as hurricanes and tornados Routine power outages State of the Industry www.GECriticalPower.com http://www.ge-spark.com/spark/rush/en/profile/ GE Critical Power