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Music festival performances can generally be summed up in three words: lights, sound and crowds. Without those things, the festival wouldn’t exist. With all three of these elements relying on power, the team responsible for [...]
Fires, floods and tornadoes -disaster can strike at any time. And while an emergency preparedness plan can go a long way towards mitigating the impact, sometimes even the best laid plans can’t prevent damage to [...]
With heat waves setting records in North America and around the world, including a sweltering 37 degrees in Montreal during the Canada Day long weekend, this summer has been a particularly hot one. For John [...]
Cable is the unsung hero of temporary power. Generators, distribution panels and other equipment would be…powerless without it. From 15 Amp extension cords to pre-terminated 28KV cable, Trinity Power has the right solution for any [...]
If lighting, grinders, welders or even laptops are common sights at your work site, then there’s a good chance your temporary power set-up will include a 100A stand-up or tabletop panel. Weighing in at 170 [...]
Because of its versatility, manoeuvrability and ease of use, the 75kVA power distribution centre or power cart, is a frequently requested rental item. General and electrical contractors on commercial and industrial construction sites, event grounds [...]
A PGA tournament without an announcer’s booth? A Crashed Ice event with no ice? An un-televised Olympic Games? A major sporting event without temporary power wouldn’t be the same. In fact, it might not exist [...]
From the performances to the ambiance, music festivals can be electrifying. But a lot of work goes on behind the scenes to ensure that electric feeling is never the result of an encounter with electrical [...]
When the power was shut off during mid-January temperatures, our client needed a temporary solution that would allow residents of the 33-story building to stay comfortable in their homes. Find out how Trinity helped: ... See MoreSee Less
"Even more important than revenue, safety is a top concern during an outage."
When your event's power goes out, what do you do? We spoke with Garrett Lumley, electrical contractor of Shambala Festival, about the policies needed to avoid a loss of power AND revenue at your next event: ... See MoreSee Less