Tesla's Monumental Genius: The First to Tap the Power of Niagara Falls
The crowd delighted in the illuminated brilliance of the first fully electrified World's Fair. For Nikola Tesla it was a momentous occasion that should have cemented his position as the foremost inventor and engineer of his era.
But the fever and fury between the technology espoused by Edison and that by Tesla was not without collateral damage. George Westinghouse, the first man to back his belief in Tesla with a financial commitment, ... read more >
Partnering for Success
A true partnership is built on trust, and at Trinity Power, we value the partnerships we’ve been able to build with a number of Canada’s top electrical contractors, including Edmonton-based Action Electrical Ltd. Action knows they can count on Trinity to provide the temporary-power equipment and guidance needed to keep high-profile clients up and running – which was just the case in a recent project for communications leader Telus.
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Trinity’s Quick Solution Gives Hospital Peace of Mind
Critical environments require extra attention to ensure electricity keeps flowing to vital equipment – in hospitals, for example, an electrical failure could become a literal life-or-death situation. That’s why hospitals require redundant equipment to pick up electrical loads instantly, should primary power systems fail. And, as a recent Trinity Power assignment for Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC, shows, those backup supplies are gi... read more >
Fast Action Saves a Supermarket's Stock
One of the biggest worries homeowners have when an electric-utility power outage occurs is that food in their refrigerators and freezers might spoil - just imagine how much larger those worries can be for a supermarket manager when the lights suddenly go dark. That was the situation faced at Cooper Foods in Maple Ridge, B.C., following a recent BC Hydro outage. Fortunately, Trinity Power was able to bring power back to the market before damagin... read more >
Site C Project: Lucrative Contractor Opportunities over the Next 7 Years
After years of heated debate over the economic benefits and environmental impact of Site C, the final structure of a system of three dams on the Peace River initially proposed in the 1950s, the project has finally received a green light. On December 16, the Energy Minister Bill Bennett announced that the $8.8 billion construction project is to commence next summer. The completed hydroelectric plant is expected to satisfy the steep increase in e... read more >