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Implement a Rental Emergency Power Plan in Four Steps: Part I

by Visitor JFiorito ‎10-02-2015 01:05 PM - edited ‎10-05-2015 03:28 PM

According to a study by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, blackouts cost the U.S. approximately $80 billion annually. By building a contingency plan that includes rental generators and a complete support package, you can react quickly and prevent the loss of revenue when you lose power. Rental equipment can keep your operations going at the level you deem necessary for as long as it takes for the utility to restore power.  Today’s blog includes the first two steps of the essential four-step guide for implementing an effective emergency response plan.



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