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Does your organization have truly essential equipment, assets that can’t stop operating without spiraling costs and elevated risk? If so, you likely have backup power services in place or you’ve at least considered them.

But what does it really take to keep your mission-critical systems running during a power outage? You’ll need more than the right equipment.

Every step from initial systems design and installation to ongoing maintenance and periodic replacement of assets has to be handled effectively. The alternative is an unacceptable level of risk, so it’s time to get started on building backup power services you can count on.

Backup power services: What’s your strategy?

When thinking about what a good backup power system would look like for your company, it can pay to consider the opposite: What makes a bad system?

There are two general ways to get backup power wrong. Either your system can be missing key components, or it can be over-engineered and too costly. By avoiding these problems, you get a picture of the perfect critical power solution: one that will work in every relevant case without draining your budget.

To get this kind of backup power solution, you should start from the beginning. This means having a professional assess your needs and present infrastructure. From there, you can find the ideal hardware for your situation, along with the best practices to ensure your personnel are handling every battery and power generator safely.

Operating your new emergency power system over time means performing regular maintenance and repairs, as well as decommissioning and replacing equipment that has reached the end of its usable lifespan. You can either turn these tasks over to third-party experts or handle them internally, depending on your level of in-house expertise.