How a Generator's Remote Monitoring System Operates
Frequently a generator set installation is an important element within a facility that is being monitored and controlled from a central location. Generator systems within a facility subject to remote monitoring have to be equipped with a generator remote monitoring system.
BCEW Exhibits at the PCBC 2013 Homebuilding Tradeshow
Earlier this month, BCEW exhibited at the PCBC 2013 Homebuilding Tradeshow in the San Diego Convention Center.
The show is a gathering of America's most prominent single family and multifamily builders, developers, investors, lenders, architects, contractors, building scientists, marketers, and product manufacturers.
BCEW's booth featured a lineup of Kohler residential standby generators and ATS systems. Sales personnel were on hand to discuss the benefits of a standby generator and the advantages it provides when critical power is needed.
Dealers and contractors, please click the link below for more information on Kohler's Dealer/Contractor Rebate.
BCEW's "Generator Installation Do's and Don'ts", Lunch and Learn Wednesday, July 10th
BCEW invites you to join Steve Agan for a Lunch and Learn on, "Generator Installation Do's and Don'ts".
Spaces are limited, please contact Steve Agan at BCEW to schedule a training session.
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Kohler 13-25S Digital Communications White Paper
Today, electrical generation systems are rarely used as isolated, stand- alone systems. More often, they need to communicate with peripheral devices, other generation systems, building management systems, or remote monitors. As a result, there are a number of technologies used to enable communication between electrical generation systems and other equipment.
California Utility Will Close Troubled San Onofre Nuclear Plant
The troubled San Onofre nuclear power plant on the California coast is closing after an epic 16-month battle over whether the twin reactors could be safely restarted with millions of people living nearby, officials announced Friday.
Operator Southern California Edison said in a statement it will retire the twin reactors because of uncertainty about the future of the plant, which faced a tangle of regulatory hurdles, investigations, and mounting political opposition. With the reactors idle, the company has spent more than $500 million on repairs and replacement power.
The world's largest blackout occurred on July 31, 2012 when a colossal power failure swept through half of India, where some 600 million people were estimated to be affected after power was halted in 11 states in northern and eastern India and in the country's capital of 16 million people.