Traditional energy savings are based on two methods:
- The first is aimed at increasing energy conversion efficiency, with less use of quantities. This type of approach leads to energy savings through the use of a converter, but involves limitations from a technical point of view.
- The second one regulates the quantity of electricity of every device connected to the network (that is, of current or voltage), according to the necessary amount of load. This type of approach leads to energy savings through the provision of the necessary power, combining theories of electrical engineering and practice.
R.E.S. it is based precisely on this principle.
R.E.S. analyzes the fluctuation of the load, (by adjusting the voltage applied to it appropriately), and the characteristics of the electrical systems, optimizing their yield and duration.