Microgrids can function as both primary and backup power sources when in need for health facilities' back up power.
A variety of industries can benefit from having a bi-fuel generator, including hospitals, food processing facilities, and telecom providers.
EGSA certification can give generator technicians an added edge through increased skill and credibility on the job.
Remote monitoring has many options available, but at its core, is an investment in greater efficiency that reduces fuel costs and maintenance expenses.
COVID-19 has sparked a sharp increase in orders for power generation equipment, making it harder to rely on rentals.