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Power. When You Need It, Where You Need It.



When it comes to preparing for a power outage, your business is going to need emergency power. Whether you’re a construction company or a retail store, you’re going to need a backup generator. But not all of them are created equal.

You have a backup generator for your business and your automatic transfer switch is all set up in case of a power outage. But you can’t just forget about it now. You have to actively maintain your generator, so it works correctly anytime you need emergency power.

A portable generator provides an ideal solution to a variety of situations for temporary, standby, and emergency power. Portable generators range from smaller tow-able 15kw generators to large 40-foot ISO containerized 2000kw generators.

Sometimes people need a wakeup call to realize how important electrical generators for emergency power are for your business. A huge blackout or a tropical storm heading your way can be an eye-opener.

When the power goes out, a portable generator can be a lifesaver for your business. But if it’s used improperly, it can also be life-threatening. There are several risks involved with portable generators.

Spring is the beginning in the first quarter of the year. Its new beginnings is the start of many new household items, spring cleaning and checking up on our appliances that have weathered any storms during the winter months. Was your winter faced with any blizzards or power outages? Now is the perfect time to install a generator…by putting your old one to rest or to be prepared for the next winter.

The Economist, in 2007, reported that “America’s nuclear industry is about to embark on its biggest expansion in more than a generation. This will influence energy policy in the rest of the world”.

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