If there is a sector that due to its functioning could affect both our day-to-day wellbeing and the competitiveness of our professional work, it is undoubtedly that of infrastructures.
Airports, railways, ports and roads in transport infrastructures; electricity and fuel networks in energy infrastructures; and drinking and drainage water networks in water infrastructures constitute a collection of facilities, networks and services that are extremely critical to society.
For this reason, and due to their impact on the performance of other activities, they need a continuous and stable power supply that does not experience interruptions to normal operation.
They are devices that are capable of storing energy in a battery of accumulators that have the ability to convert the direct current of this battery into alternating current and provide electricity without interruptions in supply. In addition, they improve the quality of the mains voltage, thus preventing the electrical, electronic, computer and industrial devices connected to them from shortening their operating life.