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 >
Winter Is Coming: Is Your Business Prepared?
Fall has arrived, which means winter is close behind. But while we anticipate the start of hockey season and ski season, there’s another season that business owners need to keep in mind: storm season.
Snowstorms, wind storms and flooding caused by excess rain are some of the things that winter brings, and having an emergency plan in place is the key to avoiding the often heavy losses that these events can incur.
Last November, we pu... read more >
4 Reasons Why Your Customers Should Install A Generator Docking Station
In August of 2015, BC’s South Coast experienced its worst storm in a decade. Strong winds toppled trees throughout the Lower Mainland, leading to impassable roads, a compromised transit system and a massive power outage. BC Hydro estimated that 500,000 customers lost power the day of the storm. Several thousands of those customers were still without power two days later.
When the power goes out, it is important that businesses are prepar... read more >
Trinity’s Speedy Response Aids English Bay Cleanup Efforts
Some temporary power projects have the luxury of time for advance planning and preparation – but for many others, time is truly of the essence, and missed deadlines can have dramatic consequences. The latter was certainly the case in a recent Trinity Power project for environmental solutions provider Tervita, as that company rushed to support cleanup efforts following the April 2015 oil spill in Vancouver’s English Bay.
Tervita is a... read more >
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 >