Whether you are adding a new UPS unit to your facility or replacing an old one, one of the first things you’ll need to determine is the needed UPS capacity. Units range in size from small enough to protect a single computer to large enough to protect an entire city – that’s not much help when you’re trying to find the right size for your facility; there’s too much choice!
In early June a wind turbine caught fire in Iowa. The fire caused the blades to disconnect and fall to the ground. While the cause of the fire was still unknown at the time of this post, it looks like mechanical failure is to blame. Read More
As of 2017, 26 states and the District of Columbia have laws legalizing marijuana for either medicinal or recreational use. Pot has become a $6.7 billion industry in the U.S. and Canada – and one of the most energy intensive.
Today’s heavily automated farming practices require a constant supply of power. Power continuity is no longer a “nice to have”, but a “must have”. Without electricity, farming operations can grind to a halt and, depending on the time of year, can have devastating consequences for your bottom line and even the farm’s viability.
Contrary to what you may see, data centers come in all shapes and sizes. Most of us picture a large, windowless room filled with rows and racks of servers and cooling equipment, but some companies are thinking outside that stereotypical data center box and putting their own unique spin on data centers.
Facebook’s Luleå Data Center
You know power outages happen. You know emergencies and natural disasters happen. You know a power outage means your business will grind to a halt until power can be restored. Yet, you’re still gambling with the chance that the outage won’t happen to your business. After all, backup power systems cost money, sometimes a lot of money, and you just can’t justify the expense. Or can you?