Is Your Business Prepared For a Power Outage?
Spring has arrived and, with it, unpredictable weather and the power outages that often follow. As recently as April 7th, a snow and wind storm caused a major outage in Ontario that affected 45,000 residents. Meanwhile, the spring melt in BC is seeing higher-than-usual water levels in rivers and streams, which means seasonal flood risk is greater this year.
It’s not just natural disasters that can cause outages. Equipment failure and pla... read more >
Fuel Delivery System Construction Underway For YVR
With over 20,000 runway movements and 1.6 million passengers coming and going in February alone, the Vancouver International Airport sees a lot of air traffic.
Fueling that air traffic is no small feat. Currently, fuel arrives at the airport by two means: a 45-year-old pipeline that runs through Richmond, from Burnaby, and a steady stream of tanker trucks from Washington state, up to 40 tanker trucks a day to be exact. As the airport grows... read more >
4 Ways to Reduce Your Global Adjustment Costs
A Guide for Class A Consumers
The cost of energy for Ontario businesses has increased dramatically in recent years, and among the top ratepayers are industrial consumers. According to the Association of Major Power Consumers in Ontario (AMPCO), Ontario has the highest industrial electricity rates in North America — and those rates are increasing.
One of the largest components of a business’s energy bill in Ontario is the Global A... read more >
Case Study: A Generator-Free Film Set
From emergency backup systems to festival stages, temporary power is often synonymous with generators, but not all of the time.
Recently, Cross Connect Electrical reached out to Trinity Power to help them design a temporary power solution for a television production, one that did not include on-site power generation. Their client, a fledgling production company working on a new Netflix series, needed a budget-conscious system to power the ... read more >