The Company started with a humble workshop of 1000 sq. ft. in 2004 in suburban Mumbai with 3 skilled and 2 unskilled workmen spearheaded by our promoters Mr. Oswald D’souza and Mr. Felix Kadam. Both the two entrepreneurs have vast experience is in the field of Reactive Power Compensation and Power Quality Improvement.They have served in reputed capacitor manufacturing companies and have gained tremendous experience is in this field.
Ever since the Company has grown in strength and has envisioned its future roadmap to be the one stop solution for Power Saving and Power Quality Improvement in electrical systems. Today the Company owns a 15000sq.ft state of the art manufacturing facility located at Naigaon (East) near Mumbai equipped with cutting edge technology, experienced workforce and machinery to stand by our principle of ‘Value For Money’
The Company is today among the few in the country to provide solutions in ‘Reactive Power Compensation’ and ‘Power Quality Improvement’. Reactive Power Compensation in simple words mean ‘improvement of power factor’ of any electrical system. Today the steep rise in cost of electricity and likewise its scarcity has impelled power utilities to offer more and more incentives for conserving power by reducing the Maximum Demand (MD) i.e. reducing kVA.
Another aspect that makes the task of improving of power factor more complex is the pollution in electrical network caused due to presence of harmonics. Presence of harmonics in electrical systems is inevitable these days due to nature of loads that are prevalent in modern industries. The challenge is to mitigate these harmonic components that are being produced by the loads by inserting appropriate filters in the Electrical System. Designing these filters need in-depth study and engineering skills.
Cospower Engineering Ltd.is in the forefront is in providing precise and guaranteed solutions with a proven track record. Tailor-made software has been designed by our company to simulate system conditions that can compute the level of harmonic reduction. The Company has supplied numerous such systems especially in the steel sector that are most affected by menace of harmonics. Moreover being intensive power users, this industry has high stakes in terms of incentives provided by the Power Utilities for maintaining power factor close to unity.