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Jun 11, 2014
When natural resources are your business, as they are for mining and oil and gas companies, you don’t have much choice where to base your operations – you need to be where the resources are located. Rarely, though, do such locations coincide with Western Canada’s power-transmission grid. This means plant owners and managers often need to import their own energy to power both their production facilities and the camps to house long-term workers. This effort comes with a choice: make a significant capital investment in generator sets, substations and other equipment; or rent it, instead, and leave the headaches involved to someone else.
Of course every facility has its own unique logistical and financial requirements to weigh in the decision process. But, in a number of situations, renting simply makes more sense:
These are only five of the possibly dozens of scenarios in which renting power equipment makes more sense than buying it. Speaking with a qualified rental dealer about your current or upcoming equipment needs is the best way to understand which approach is best for your specific needs.
Trinity Power would be happy to help you evaluate your temporary power needs, for both equipment and operating staff. Give us a call at 1-888-758-4646, or send us an email. We have the equipment and personnel on hand to meet your needs today.
Written by Chuck Ross: Chuck is a freelance writer who has cover energy- and building-technology issues for more than 25 years.
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