Description: Learn more about how CERTUS Senior Living found a modular power system designed to weather any storm for their 43,000-square-foot memory care facility in Orange City.
Description: Red Ventures is the country's largest technology-enabled platform for growing sales using multi-platform customer experiences. "This is a high-profile facility with global reach that requires standby power for operational capability in the event of a utility outage."
Description: A transformation of biblical proportions required an integrated modern-day backup power solution. To preserve their priceless relics, the Museum of the Bible turned to Generac Industrial Power to maximize redundancy and provide seamless operation in a tight space.
Description: Modular power. Meeting the needs of a growing business that demands continuous power.
Description: Assisted Care Facilities are Choosing to Upgrade Emergency/Backup Power Systems to Ensure Safety and Comfort .
Description: Several organizations affiliated with the University of Utah in Salt Lake City have their data protected thanks to a particularly unique Generac Modular Power System (MPS) installation.
Description: To ensure that the fun continues uninterrupted, Ziggie & Mad Dog’s has two Generac automatic standby generators to provide backup electricity in the event of a power outage.
Description: To keep everything operational in the event of a power outage, Wolf River Lumber invested in a comprehensive 3 Megawatt backup power system consisting of four 750 kilowatt Generac Gemini® Twin Pack gensets.
Description: So how does the zoo ensure that its newest sea faring additions remain safe in the event of an outage?
Description: Since a power interruption inconveniences people at the center, West Wood needed a way to ensure it would have electricity regardless of an outage.
Description: The unit installation coincided with the construction of the Verizon tower, which was built to meet the demands of the burgeoning cellular phone industry in the early 1980’s.
Description: Not wanting to take a chance with circumstances beyond their control, SEWD began looking at emergency standby generators to supply backup power for pumping a capacity of 50 MGD.