Power Outages

Not only does an extended power outage disrupt communications, water, and transportation, but it can cause food spoilage, water contamination, and prevent the use of medical devices. The U.S. Department of Energy reports that weather only accounts for about one-third of all power outages; these interruptions are more likely to be caused by animals, fallen trees, or human error, which means a plan for these unexpected events are a necessity.

The following E&I contracted suppliers offer products and/or services to help you prepare for and respond to a power outage.

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