Working across so many sectors flags hundreds of reasons as to why emergency generators are required and why they should be well maintained.
Power outages never come at a convenient time, especially for businesses where it can cause huge levels of disruption. However, there are solutions to deal with power outages that can meet your exact requirements.
After millions were left without electricity and many of our transport networks ground to a halt, three of the biggest energy firms are going to pay out over £10.5 million into a redress fund managed by the UK’s energy watchdog Ofgem.
Data centres are required to be up and running constantly, even when there is a loss of power, as they are so vital in allowing us access to key information across a wide sector of industries including IT and telecoms.
Biogas generators can help businesses and organisations reduce their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint.
This month’s colleague of the month has been chosen for his great goatee! You may laugh but this is one of the countless reasons Damien Stephens who is one of our Key Account Managers for CHP has been chosen. Congratulations Damien!
This month’s colleague of the month is from our Projects Department. She has been acknowledged for her problem-solving and extremely helpful nature in one of our busiest departments.
Temporary power solutions for the construction industry are vital in ensuring that any lighting is provided, as well as power for basic building tools and equipment so that work can proceed.
Energy is expensive. So why do we waste so much of it? Nearly two-thirds of the energy produced when we generate electricity by conventional means is lost through inefficiencies.
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