Eaton hosted the LEADING 2013 conference in San Jose, Costa Rica, to demonstrate its power management expertise to business leaders in the region and highlight its 50-year presence in Central America and the Caribbean. The LEADING 2013 event included educational sessions and demonstrations of Eaton products and solutions for residential, commercial, industrial, data center, mining and alternative energy customers. The event was held this week at the Intercontinental Hotel.
With expanded services and capabilities resulting from the acquisition of Cooper Industries, Eaton has one of the broadest portfolios of products, services and solutions in the electrical marketplace.
This conference underscored Eaton’s commitment to helping the region address its most critical power management challenges. It also demonstrated Eaton¹s expanded services and capabilities and proven track record of working with customers to make more reliable, efficient and safe power a reality in Central America and the Caribbean.
A diverse group of Eaton power management experts and business leaders led sessions that demonstrated new technology and solutions that can increase operational efficiency, power reliability and electrical safety. More than 60 sessions provided attendees with in-depth training, hands-on labs and tutorials. An exhibit space also showcased major products and solutions.
The seminar topics included:
- Residential solutions that enhance electrical safety
- Commercial construction solutions that are improving energy efficiency, power reliability and integrating renewables to reduce environmental impact
- Industrial products and services designed to provide reliability, longevity, and efficiency in demanding environments
- Data center solutions that help manage power and provide an agile, scalable infrastructure to optimize efficiency and reduce costs
- Mining solutions that drive energy efficiency, maximize uptime, and increase productivity at every stage of mining and minerals processing
- Solutions that are helping maximize the potential of alternative energy sources and reduce carbon dioxide emissions
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