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 >
How a Top Electrical Solutions Company Powers Major Events
From golf tournaments to music festivals, event season has something for everyone — including power industry professionals.
Months, or even years before the gates open and spectators start pouring in, temporary power experts like Ontario’s Digital Electric Inc. are hard at work designing the power systems that make these shows possible.
Since 1987, Digital Electric has been designing and implementing temporary power solutions for ... read more >
Energy in Canada: What's In Store for 2017?
From pipeline approvals to an unpredictable new U.S. administration, there are a lot of factors at play that will influence Canada’s energy sector this year.
It seems as though everyone is holding their breath, waiting to see how these factors will play out. To find some answers, we spoke with Nick Janssen, an engineer at Intelligent Energy Systems, an Alaskan renewable energy technology company, and Todd Van Vliet, President of Alberta... read more >
The 15th Annual Shutdowns and Turnarounds Superconference: Why You Can't Afford to Miss It
For 15 years, the Canadian Institute’s Shutdowns and Turnarounds Superconference has been a place for members of the shutdown community across industries to meet, greet, and learn from each other. It is one of the most established shutdowns event in North America, and was one of the first to address that specific aspect of the maintenance sector.
This year, on December 6th and 7th at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary, the tradition of connec... read more >