A CHPQA (Combined Heat & Power Quality Assurance) quality mark will assist your organisation in getting the most out of your system financially, as a ‘Good Quality CHP’ qualifies your company for a range of incentives.
Sectors who rely upon continuous power and simply cannot afford to have a power outage include Healthcare, Military, Telecoms and Finance. Fortunately, there is a solution for all of them and that is an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
Over the summer the National Grid outage demonstrated how reliant as a nation we are on our electricity supply. It would be a catastrophe if there was a prolonged absence of power leaving us in darkness
With Christmas and New Year approaching, it’s not too early to start planning which industry events to attend next year. shentongroup certainly has and we can confirm that we’ll be exhibiting at Pub16, Data Centre World 2016 and UK Ad & Biogas 2016, so read on and get the following dates in your diaries!
We’ve discussed potential blackouts this winter a number of times, but recent National Grid data paints a rather bleak picture of the 2015-16 provisional forecast.
From minor incidents to major disasters, there is no doubt this event will have a financial impact on your business. To evaluate the cost to your business you need to work out the following:
Regardless of how robust your disaster recovery plan is, the success of its implementation will depend on the team that is responsible for it.
Structure your team by ensuring your selected member’s skills match the areas of responsibility. Below is a list of the key team members required and what they should be responsible for. In every case, there should be a primary and secondary member, both of whom will need to be equally briefed.
When creating your disaster recovery plan, pre planning is vital. Follow these 3 steps to ensure you have all the elements to design a robust disaster recovery strategy.
According to AXA Insurance, 80% of businesses affected by a major incident, either never re-open, or close within 18 months.
Having a robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan, minimises this impact on the business and ultimately, the customer. Therefore, not only is disaster recovery planning important for you, it is important for your customers.
There are many terms that we come across every day in the power industry. Some are acronyms and others are industry terms. For the obvious to the ambiguous here are our thoughts.
This will be a post that we’ll update every time we think of any others. And if there is anything you’d like us to add just get in touch…