AI and the urgent need for on-site power generation

Scalable microgrid solution eliminates UPS and standby generators

Piller Power Systems showcased the Power of 10 microgrid power solution at the recent Microgrid Knowledge 2024 Conference in Baltimore MD.

As conventional power grids struggle to keep up with burgeoning AI demand, the event highlighted the pressing need for independent power generation.

In an interview with Microgrid Knowledge, Dean Richards, CEO of Piller USA, elaborates on how his parent group’s Power Solutions Division is stepping up to the challenge.

Listen to the interview here

The Power of 10 is a modular independent  power solution comprising multiples of H2 convertible gas fired 10MW medium-speed generating sets incorporating Piller’s Integrated Power Conditioning & Stabilization (IPCS) technology which eliminates the need for UPS and backup generators.

Infinitely scalable, the Power of 10 enables data center operators and other organizations to grow their microgrids in 10MW modules as demand increases.

Explore the whitepaper and read our blog.

Watch the Power of 10 video here.

About Piller

Piller power conditioning and backup technology  can be found in major mission-critical power applications globally. For many of the world’s banks and financial institutions, governmental agencies, data centre operators, telecoms networks and airports, as well as hospitals, semiconductor and pharmaceutical manufacturers, Piller equipment is the go-to technology, earning the mantra Nothing protects quite like Piller.

Piller was founded by Anton Piller in Hamburg in 1909. Today the company is headquartered in Osterode, near Hanover in Germany, with subsidiaries across Europe, in the USA, India, Singapore and Australia. The company employs around 1,000 people worldwide, the majority in Germany.

In 2016 Piller acquired the Austin TX kinetic energy storage producer, Active Power Inc.

Piller Group GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings plc and is part of the Power Solutions Division in collaboration with sister companies Bergen Engines AS and Marelli Motori Srl.

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