From a wide range of diesel and natural gas generators to transformers, cable, light towers and more, our large rental fleet and extensive vendor network ensure we’ll have the temporary power equipment that your project requires — every time.
From our inception in 1998, we have been building our team on a foundation of excellence. Our team members’ passion, expertise and commitment are what have allowed us to grow into a national company with projects across Canada.
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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 [...]
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 [...]
Diesel generators have ruled the industrial-scale generator roost for almost as long as the diesel engine has been around. But as the market shifts, environmental concerns become more prevalent, and new technologies are developed, alternative [...]
One hundred kilometres north of Port Hardy, in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest on BC’s wild central coast, Calvert Island has been quietly leading an exceptional existence. Last May, the island made headlines [...]
This May, Vancouver is welcoming the Canada LNG Export Conference and Exhibition for the first time, and Trinity will be there. The show, which will run May 10-12 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, has partnered [...]
What is as small as a molecule, and as big as a shipping container? The answer is Alphabet Energy’s thermoelectric generation technology, and it could make a significant contribution to electricity generation at remote oil [...]
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. [...]