Who we are

The founders of Main Street Energy designed and patented an innovative approach to energy savings. While researching ways to extend the life of power supplies for non-linear loads powering electronic equipment, we noted that a passive inductive filter can improve the quality of electricity in most buildings.

The most important benefit of the research is finding that KWH and demand usage are reduced (along with the power bill) when the T7 EMI Facility Filter is properly installed in the electric panels closest to the loads on those panels. There is a residential and a commercial model that has a positive environmental impact on homes and offices.

Our Services

Harmonic Noise Reduction

The more harmonic noise within an electrical panel the less efficient your use of electricity.

Energy Use Audit

To ensure the most energy efficient solution possible we capture every attribute of every area.

Hospitality

Hospitality

Commercial

Commercial

Medical

Medical

Automotive

Automotive

Residential

Residential

Testimonials

We are completely satisfied with the results of this investment, we recommend this project to any community; it's a great investment with positive results.

After installing the T7 in our building and seeing the reduction in our power bills, we recommend the T7 to you.

Our Engineering Class studied the T7 in our building and compared the power bills to 2 'control buildings'. We measured 12.5% savings.

Client satisfaction

We strive to make sure our customers benefit from our relationship.

Our innovating engineering provides our customers with increasing benefits, ask your sales representative about our performance guarantees.

The Problem Is Current Harmonics

Starting around 1980, how we consume electricity began to fundamentally change. More and more of our equipment does not use the actual 60 Hz AC power delivered to our buildings, but converts it first to DC or high frequency power.

The drivers and power supplies for modern lighting, computers, flat screens, phone chargers, etc. are called “non-linear” loads. Today, depending on the building, between 35 and 65 percent of the electricity consumption is by non-linear loads.

Measurement and Verification Studies

8-20% of Your Power Bill Is Wasted

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