Shore Power Substations, Jacksonville, FL

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We offer state of the art shore power substations to power your ships.

We at Electric Power Systems have extensive experience in working on all kinds of electrical systems, including those designed for use by ships and ports. In recent years, using onboard power generation for ships has become less popular, and instead, more owners and port authorities are turning to shore power substations.

Shore Power Substations in Jacksonville, Florida

Shore power substations generate less air and noise pollution, which creates a better environment for everyone working on the ships and in the ports, as well as the residents of the surrounding area. If you are interested in using shore power substations for your ship or port, we encourage you to give us a call.

We are a trusted manufacturer and supplier of shore power substations, and we are eager to help you get the perfect solution for your electrical needs. With our shore power substations, your ship will be able to pull electricity directly from the local grid at the right voltage and frequency it requires. We will ensure that our substations are completely integrated with your ship’s onboard equipment to allow for a seamless transfer of energy between the station and the ship’s system. Converting to shore power substations will significantly increase the efficiency and sustainability of your operations, so we encourage you to take this step.

Our team is proud to serve the community here in Jacksonville, Florida, and we want to help you get the power you need to keep your operation running smoothly. If you need shore power substations for any reason, just give us a call to find out more about what we can do for you.

At Electric Power Systems, we can build shore power substations for those in Jacksonville and Tampa, Florida; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; Norfolk, Virginia; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; New York, New York; Houston, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Charleston, South Carolina.