The primary objective of QPA is to return electricity as quickly as possible to private energy users and thus, to reduce the socio-economic costs of cuts for the community !
Quick Power Access has been created and eco-designed by Marc Vanbaleghem, whose passion is energy and innovation.
This new generation of engine-generators is by itself a innovative revolution for answering to the actual needs of collectivises to minimize as much as possible the duration and the number of electricity interruptions for its users.
All European countries and of the entire world are looking for decentralized solutions which are efficient in speed of intervention, preserving the environment so that they are no longer without electricity.
Shared indicators such as * SAIFI and * SAIDI, make it possible to assess the measures taken by each of the States to guarantee the operational aspect of the system chosen by the local Distributors, regardless of the circumstances (all weather, climatic events, other events, etc.).
*SAIDI : System Average Interruption Duration Index
*SAIFI : System Average Interruption Frequency Index
QPA has chosen to favour machines with latest generation engines that are more respectful of the environment (type EURO 6 - Stage V) limiting NOx and CO2 emissions, and which are available everywhere in the world (agricultural tractors, cars, public work machines, etc.). Most of them can access quickly everywhere, no matter the kind of sort of the territory or the climate circumstances 24h/24.
These machines use as a base the AdBlue additive, and models with BioNGV and H2 are entering the market.
All these heat engines are already available all over the world (agricultural tractors, vehicles, construction machinery, etc.)
They are very often under-used and can be used (economy of functionality); there is no need to manufacture others, which would regenerate CO2 during manufacture.
Most of them can easily access to the places concerned, whatever the nature of the terrain or the weather conditions.
We intervene for all types of events :
- Power outages due to storms or any other natural disaster (earthquakes, floods, problems due to snow).
- Schedules works by the distribution network operators and the local electricity and gas distribution companies (pruning, upgrading of power lines, works on diverse networks, etc.).
- Power supply of constructions, water drilling and any other network operators (potable water, telecommunication networks, rails and railroads crossing).
- Power supply and management of crises of all other clients (industrials, retirement homes, schools and colleges, city halls, communities, retailing and wholesaling.