“This is especially valuable at an event like Northside, where the festival management wants to run as ‘green’ and as economically as possible,” he says. “Furthermore, I believe that our generator sizes will get smaller – 100, 150, 200 kVA – so that with Power Management, it will be possible to just use them like building blocks, instead of using fewer very large units. That will make our fleet more flexible and give us a better market adaption strategy for our customers.”
Hans Mikkelsen predicts that with both Power Management and Insight, Godik Power will be able to save its customer 20% of the usual amount of diesel needed – along with the corresponding emissions. “At least that’s our goal. The experience will, of course, show the real figure, but I believe this is realistic.” And he is expecting great things from this development with DEIF. “I’ve worked in this branch for 25 years, and this is just super,” says Hans Mikkelsen. “It’s the best generator setup I’ve seen – and built from all of the plusses and minuses from our combined experiences, where we’ve tried to integrate mostly plusses in the new setup."