Real Power Engineers, LLC - Electrical Engineers
Engineering for Critical Power Systems & Industrial Applications
Real Power Engineers is an electrical, power and controls systems engineering firm committed to developing technical business and consulting services by means of assessment, design development and commissioning of electrical power systems.
Primarily known for providing "Power Systems Engineering and Electrical Contractor Services" to other professional organizations, the firm also operates to serve both public and private business sectors.
Effective utilization of management tools including surveying, data collection and field evaluation of electrical infrastructures allow for complex client objectives to be accomplished in a manner that balance site specific circumstances with ideal solutions.
Standard in-house production routinely involves schematic design, design development and contract document services for turn-key construction projects that range from commercial, institutional, heavy or light industrial to premier technical facilities.
Power Studies "SKM"
Real Power Engineers can provide Short Circuit and Coordination Studies for Three Phase Power Systems.
All of our studies utilize the latest software versions offered by SKM Power Tools. Study modules include DAPPER, CAPTOR, A_FAULT, IEC_909, IEC_363, Equipment Evaluation and Arc Flash.
Data modeling of power systems allows us to provide our clients with a best practices approach to solving challenging engineering problems.
Capable of exceedingly technical calculations; system modeling is used to execute computations for load flow, voltage drop, motor starting transients, demand load studies as well as feeder and transformer sizing.
Equipment Evaluation Studies are used to compare equipment and protective device interrupt ratings against worst case system short circuits calculated throughout the power distribution system.
Arc Flash Studies compute the incident energy and arc flash boundary points for each location in a power system. This power module helps aid in preparing designs that comply with NEC 110.16, OSHA, NFPA 70E and IEEE 1584 standards.
A Short Circuit Study will help ensure that personnel and equipment are protected by establishing proper interrupting ratings.
Licensed Professional Engineers
Centrally located in New Jersey,
RPE completes two new outdoor and indoor substations for SWM of Spotswood, NJ