Category: Emergency Power Blog

Diesel Fuel Polishing Explained

Globally, there are hundreds of millions of gallons of diesel fuel sitting in fuel storage tanks awaiting use. The fuel stored on-site is a critical asset that must be managed and maintained appropriately.

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Six 500kW Caterpillar Units Available

The following Caterpillar power plant will be available in April 2024. These units were ordered for a project that did not move forward. Lead times on new generators are over 100 weeks.

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Ensuring Reliability in Crisis

Initiating the setup of sophisticated emergency power mechanisms demands that the overseeing specialist, the EPSS commissioning provider (EPCx), understand relevant rules, standards, and all codes necessary for full compliance with all Authorities Having Jurisdiction.

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Powering the Future: Microgrids in Health Care Facilities

The transformation of power infrastructure in health care facilities has become a pivotal conversation in recent years. As the energy demand grows and the need for reliable and sustainable energy solutions becomes paramount, hospitals and other health care facilities are searching for ways to ensure reliability while reducing their carbon footprint.

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Online Certification

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recently released the 2021 edition of NFPA 99, Health Care Facilities Code, and the 2022 edition of NFPA 110, Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems. These recent editions include several significant changes.