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For any business or organization, being prepared means ensuring a constant and uninterruptible source of power to remain up and running. Although we will always have to “batten down the hatches” and evacuate until threatening weather passes, businesses must be able to withstand a loss of electricity for an extended period of time to ensure everything from continued operations to inventory controls. Mother Nature has made it very clear of her ability to unleash devastating weather at will on almost every part of the globe. Hurricanes, snowstorms, earthquakes and even tsunamis have all ravaged parts of the earth and disrupted…

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