A facility no longer has to be a data center to demand continuous availability of electrical service. All sorts of businesses rely more on around-the-clock data availability than ever before. This trend has driven the necessity for redundant networks, concurrently maintainable equipment, and back-up systems in the event something unexpectedly fails. A back-up generator is one way of meeting that demand.
Learn about the costs and risks involved in purchasing a generator as well as other ways for improving power reliability in Building Operating Management’s “Power Reliability,” a collaboration between ESD’s Austin Bredow, Joseph DuTemple, and Larry Dykstra.