Hillside, NJ, October 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- On Site Energy Powers Staten Island Shopping Center During Repairs
Super Storm Sandy did enormous damage across the East Coast. A shopping center on Staten Island suffered damage to the electrical wiring and electric panel due to corrosion from salt-water exposure. Over the course of the two-month project, On Site Energy (OSEC) kept the shopping center running with temporary power during electrical repair work. Consumers were able to continue to enjoy shopping and the store employees were not out of work.
The project required generator rentals and power cable rental to allow stores in the shopping center to continue operations. The temporary generator rental included two 1,000 kW generator rental units, two 500 kW generator rental units, and one 300 kW generator rental. Stores powered included a Pathmark, Kmart and several smaller stores.
On Site Energy secured all of the permits required for the use of the equipment including DEP and Fire Department permits. The generators in the shopping plaza were in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week for a two-month period. On Site Energy provided the required maintenance services every 250 hours of run time.
On Site Energy offers generator rental solutions from 25 kW to 2,000 kW. Type W power cable rental is available in #2, 2/0 and 4/0 sizes, each cable is 50 feet in length with cam lock ends. On Site Energy can handle planned shut downs and emergency power needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. With three branches on the East Coast and one in the Midwest, On Site can deploy equipment rental solutions in a timely manner.
On Site offers numerous types of temporary power rental solutions as well as heater rentals, chiller rentals, air conditioner rentals, and transformer rentals. When you need your rental solutions simplified, On Site Energy has your temporary power rental equipment available. For further information visit their website www.OnSite-Energy.com or call them toll free 1-800-736-8251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org