As 24/7 operations gaming companies  depend on continuous and reliable power. So when Coushatta Casino Resort, one of Louisiana’s largest gaming businesses,  looked to upgrade its power backup and energy storage to prepare for future growth it placed a safe bet on Active Power’s sustainable power solutions.

Gaming businesses run on continuity and that means having confidence that the power system will remain always on.

For Coushatta Casino Resort it meant working in partnership  with Active Power on the deployment of its CLEANSOURCE XT 1000kW MMS systems, a field-proven UPS technology based on fault-tolerant IGBT architecture.

The CLEANSOURCE XT MMS’s benefits include 98% efficiency, compact design, and lower total cost of ownership over the product’s operational lifespan. This solution provides efficient power storage at a lower carbon footprint compared to traditional battery-based systems.

The project to transition which included the delivery of UPS, Switchboard, and Active Power’s GenStart system for additional redundancy, was completed in February 2023.

Active Power’s expertise and collaborative partnership approach ensured an installation with minimal disturbance to Coushatta’s operations.

With the acquisition of two CLEANSOURCE XT 1000kW UPS systems, Coushatta doubled its power protection capacity, providing substantial redundancy for future growth. This approach secured the casino’s power reliability and sustainability for decades to come.

Coushatta’s deployment of Active Power technology has gained attention across the gaming industry. Businesses that rely on continuous secure power who are seeking long-term, dependable, and sustainable power protection technology.

About Active Power

Active Power designs and manufactures battery-free flywheel uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems and energy storage products for mission-critical power applications worldwide from its headquarters and manufacturing plant in Austin TX. The company was founded in 1996 and became public in 2001(NASDAQ).

In November 2016 the business was acquired by German group, Piller Power Systems. Today, US customers are served via Austin and internationally via Piller’s global network of subsidiaries and service centers. Piller is a division of the UK engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings plc.

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