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How the food industry is impacted by power outages

People across the world rely upon the safe transport and storage of food items, particularly perishables that must be consumed within a certain timeframe. Much of this depends on keeping food in the right conditions at all times. Power outages can create major issues for...

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Power use escalates as weather warms [Video]

Spring has hit hard with unusually warm weather, and the summer promises to continue this trend. As the days become hotter, power use will escalate in an attempt to keep personnel and machines cool. During the summer, cooling can account for 50 percent of a business’s...

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What makes planned outages different [Video]

Not all outages are caused by disasters. Some providers must have planned downtime to make improvements and do other work. Planned outages are significantly different from other incidents in a few key ways. If an outage is planned, an organization can inform its customers and take...

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Lessons learned from San Francisco’s power outage

Power is essential to keep cities running, and the impact of downtime can result in major damages as people try to make up for lost time. The recent San Francisco power outage demonstrated just how much of an effect a blackout can have on a...

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Cross these threats off your power audit checklist

Organizations have a number of issues lurking within their power infrastructure. To make sure that energy is being used efficiently, many businesses conduct a power audit. When assessing your facility, be sure to cross these major threats off of your power audit checklist: 1. Equipment is left...

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How to overcome unexpected downtime [Video]

Unexpected downtime is a business’s worst nightmare. It costs a lot to recover and can damage an organization’s reputation. Thankfully, there are a few easy steps to help you overcome unexpected downtime. First, you’ll want to run proactive maintenance for your critical systems. Up to 70...

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