If you live in Northern California, you are likely more familiar with what happens during a power outage than you ever wanted to be. If you have used temporary, portable generators to restore power to your facility in the past, then you are aware that there is more to it than getting a generator on site and starting it up.
If you anticipate renting a portable generator in the future, there are steps you can take to:
- speed up the time it takes to get electricity flowing after utility power goes out
- improve the safety of attaching and detaching cables as well as switching between utility and generator power
- reduce the labor costs associated with future portable generator connection events