What Is The Difference Between Standby, Prime, and Continuous Power?

Buying an electrical generator takes a lot of research to ensure you end up with a machine that will provide you with the power you need when you need it. One crucial part of that research is the power rating of the generators. The power rating is established by the manufacturer and lets consumers know […]

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Why Do Diesel Generators Need Batteries?

Anyone who is new to diesel generators might scratch their head when they first see one and wonder, “Why does an electrical generator need a battery?” But the answer is very simple: to provide the generator with enough start-up power to turn on during a facility-wide power outage. Then, once it’s up and running, the […]

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Time To Say Goodbye To Your Generator? Contact CPP&S For Generator Decommissioning

Generators are built to last; they can last for literally decades, but at some point the time will come when you’ll need to relocate or replace a generator. What you do then depends on your capabilities. Some businesses manage to decommission generators themselves, but far more turn to outside help such as what Critical Power […]

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Feel Confident About Your Equipment Disposal With CPP&S

Do you struggle with what to do every time you need to remove or replace a piece of equipment? Are you concerned about where your old equipment will end up? Worried about the impact your company will have on the local landfill? Wish there was a better, more responsible way to get rid of unneeded […]

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Data Centers At Cell Towers? It’s Not Impossible

As more and more content is accessed on mobile devices, there is more and more strain placed on “edge networks”. It’s becoming increasingly more difficult for these edge locations to keep up with demand, sending data to and from far-flung data centers and cloud providers. There’s been some talk of creating micro data centers at […]

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Cannabis Farmers Use Generators To Try And Save Crops After Wildfires

There’s been a lot of focus on the damage California’s recent wildfires have done to the region’s winemakers, but an equally as hard-hit industry are the marijuana growers. The fires could not have hit at a worse time – October is harvest time and recreational sales in California are set to being in January 2018. […]

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Microgrids Get A Fresh Look

After the hurricanes the Atlantic Coast of the U.S. has seen this year, there’s been a lot of talk about stabilizing and improving the power grid to contend with major events. One idea is that of microgrids, which are used throughout Alaska and in other states to power business, industries, and communities, some of which […]

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