Ullevål hospital revives emergency power on campus
Goes from a decentralised, fragmented system to one with full control and remote monitoring with DEIF.
“What was probably the biggest step for us was not the emergency power park itself, but rather the power management control that we now have,” Michal says. “It’s very good, and the fact that we can be in any of the buildings and still have full control of the system is just amazing.”
Michal’s team no longer needs to go from building to building and look up at the windows for light during a power outage. “Today we just look at a PC monitor and check up on those that have lost power and go straight to them.”
He says it also simplified Ullevål’s generator testing. “We no longer have to drive around with connecting cables. Now we stand in a heated room and touch a PC screen, testing the generators the exact way we need to. Whether it’s phasing onto the grid in each building or testing to a load point. We have every option available, so that is very, very good.”
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