On this Memorial Day, while enjoying the company of friends and family, let’s not forget the fallen men and women in the Armed Forces who have made the celebration of this day possible. To those who courageously gave their lives for our country and those who bravely serve today, we thank you.
Thank You For Attending Our LA Open House
On behalf of the entire Bay City Electric Works team, we would like to extend our gratitude to all our customers, colleagues, partners, and friends for attending our LA Open House.
It was a great day full of opportunities to reach out and meet with everyone. We had over 150 attendees who participated in product displays, facility tours, and speeches from our invited guests, David Kohler and Dave Schuh from KOHLER.
We trust everyone enjoyed the day and we look forward to seeing you soon. Most importantly, we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to you for being a vital part of the success of our business over the years.
San Francisco Just Became the First Big US City to Require Solar Panels on New Buildings
San Francisco may be known for its fog, but the city wants to turn the sunny days it does get into power for its buildings.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed legislation that would require new construction that is shorter than 10 floors to install solar panels or solar water heaters on top of both new residential and commercial buildings.
According to California law, all new buildings with 10 floors or less must have at least 15% of their rooftops designated as solar ready — meaning not in the shade. San Francisco now requires those buildings to actually use it for solar panels.
This Information Sheet discusses various solutions available to a system designer for running generator set engines for longer periods
between lubricating oil changes and checking oil levels while the unit is running.
According to the US Department of Energy, when a power failure disrupts IT systems, 33 percent of companies lose $20,000–$500,000.
Kohler Power Solutions Center
Kohler is pleased to announce the release of the new Power Solutions Center (PSC). The PSC has been developed with your input and your request for an improved sizing and specification tool. We have also incorporated additional tools to make the job of sizing and specifying a power system easier.
The PSC is Kohler’s all-new, user-friendly spec and sizing program. An innovation so advanced, it will change the way power systems are specified.