Voltage Optimisation Restaurant Case Study: Pizza Express

Pizza Express, in collaboration with Powerdown220, reduced energy consumption and environmental impact through voltage optimisation, as part of the project machines were installed at Bullring, Birmingham and The Trafford Centre, Manchester.

Recognising the potential of voltage optimisation, Pizza Express enlisted Powerdown220’s expertise and experience in the hospitality sector to implement a bespoke solution to their operation. Through meticulous planning and execution, Powerdown220’s voltage optimisation systems were deployed to reduce voltage levels down to 220V, the level their equipment is designed to run optimally.

Results and Benefits:

  • Bullring: Voltage optimisation led to an 8.02% reduction in energy consumption, translating to a substantial 3092 kg decrease in annual carbon emissions.
  • Trafford Centre: Pizza Express achieved a significant 7.71% decrease in energy usage. This resulted in a 3670 kg reduction in annual carbon emissions, highlighting their commitment to environmental responsibility.

Thanks to the partnership between Pizza Express and Powerdown220, Pizza Express not only lowered energy costs but also made significant strides in reducing environmental impact. This success story underscores the benefits of voltage optimisation and the value of strategic partnerships in achieving sustainability goals.

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