Tag: reliable power

Reliable power is engineering that emphasizes dependability in the lifecycle management of Dependability, or reliability, describes the ability of a system or component to function under stated conditions for a specified period of time.

The Future of Fuel Cells

The Future of Fuel Cells

In motor racing, a fuel cell consists of a container that protects a bladder and baffle so that, in the event of a crash, the fuel is contained, keeping the driver safe from fire. In the broader context, fuel cells are devices that convert stored chemical energy into electrical energy,

Keeping Power Quality High

Keeping Power Quality High

What do building owners and facility managers seek more than anything today? Reliable, high-quality power.

Fortunately, this isn’t in short supply. Owners and managers today have plenty of options for boosting the quality of their power in their buildings and facilities. The onsite power generation options they have, along with a

Editor’s Comments: Keeping the Lights On

Editor’s Comments: Keeping the Lights On

In 2017, the US experienced a historic year of weather and climate disasters. According to NOAA, the nation was impacted by 16 different billion-dollar disasters, including a drought, two floods, one freeze event, eight severe storms, three tropical cyclones, and one wildfire. In total, these events had widespread economic effects, with cumulative

ComAp Announces the Opening of a New Subsidiary in India

ComAp Announces the Opening of a New Subsidiary in India

ComAp, a world leading designer and manufacturer of power generation and engine control products and solutions has opened its latest subsidiary in Delhi, India. ComAp is delighted to add this 10th subsidiary to its global network to provide local support to its valued Indian customers.

ComAp’s innovative products and

Solar Market Sweet Spot

Solar Market Sweet Spot

Community-scale solar appears to be finding its stride. Not only do these innovative photovoltaic systems enable multiple customers to participate in a single solar project and to receive compensation for their portion of the power produced, but they also offer a number of economic, grid, and environmental benefits. A new

Lighting Options for Night Time Work on Construction Sites

Lighting Options for Night Time Work on Construction Sites

Through his invention of the light bulb, Edison changed the world with a safer, brighter illumination. But it wasn’t long before incandescents—tungsten filament and gas-filled bulbs—surpassed the fragile carbons as the growing number of automobiles demanded better roads and better outdoor street lighting.

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