SEPTEMBER 13-15, 2016
NOVI, MICHIGAN, USA
Sourcing Event for Critical Power

Critical Power Expo is the ONLY exhibition in North America that will welcome decision-makers from Data Centers, Utilities, Telecoms, Healthcare, Financial Services, Energy and Industrial sectors along with the entire critical power supply chain.

Free-to-attend Buyers Forum

Buyers Forum @ Critical Power Expo is a first for the industry – a free-to attend, three-day program of case-studies, presentations and discussions dedicated to helping end users, engineers and OEM’s make the best power system purchase and specifying decisions for critical applications.

Why attend Critical Power Expo?

There will be no better showcase of critical power technology in 2016, on display will be the largest selection of UPS Systems, power management technology, testing and maintenance equipment anywhere in North America. 

LATEST NEWS

EnerSys introduces DataSafe XE batteries for modern critical UPS applications

EnerSys, the global leader in stored energy solutions for industrial applications, has introduced DataSafe XE batteries, specifically designed in response to the evolving requirements of today’s modern critical UPS applications. Read More | Jun 28, 2016

White Paper: Mitigating Risk of UPS System Failure

This paper provides a quantitative analysis of the in-service reliability of Active Power’s CleanSource 750HD UPS (uninterruptible power supply) system versus a double-conversion UPS with batteries. Read More | Jun 27, 2016

Buyers Forum @ Critical Power Expo Announces Impressive Speaker Line-up

North America’s leading Buyers Forum @ Critical Power Expo returns to Novi this September 13-15, 2016! The full agenda and speaker roster have now been confirmed, including speakers from NEC, Hewlett Packard Enterprises, Eaton, ABB, GM, and many more – view full agenda online. Read More | Jun 27, 2016

White Paper: Maximizing Power While Minimizing Disruptions

In the world of data centers, enhancing uptime and lowering energy usage are two of the top priorities. Implementing an effective Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system is incredibly important for data centers to achieve the former, but the advent of lithium-ion UPSs is now providing benefits on the latter. Read More | Jun 14, 2016

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