Preventing Power Outage Annoyances in Commercial Spaces with Batteries
Preventing Power Outage Annoyances in Commercial Spaces with Batteries

Preventing Power Outage Annoyances in Commercial Spaces with Batteries

Posted by Kaiden Douglass on in Engineering

It was a dark and stormy night. As you’re lounging on your couch, relaxing from your workday, everything goes black.  No lights, no television, and no margarita machine. Power outages occur from time to time in different spaces, but thanks to electric codes (and smart engineering) lighting can be restored and safety ensured in commercial […]

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Does Power Have You Against the Wall? Our Engineers Come to the Rescue

Does Power Have You Against the Wall? Our Engineers Come to the Rescue

Posted by Hilmi Tannous on in Engineering

Let’s face it: sometimes, the wall isn’t the most convenient place for an outlet. Never fear, though, electrical engineers to the rescue!  We can put your outlet almost anywhere you want, within reason, of course. When our clients want power, data, and/or audio visual connections away from the wall in commercial buildings, office areas, schools, […]

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Electrical Engineering | Clearances for Pad-Mounted Transformers

Electrical Engineering | Clearances for Pad-Mounted Transformers

Posted by Mike Ruff on in Engineering

Many buildings are located in developments, or on sites with underground electrical and tele/data/cable utilities. While the underground services eliminate unattractive overhead pole lines, cabling and transformers, the installation of utility company transformers presents challenges of a different sort. Utility company transformers are large, generally green in color, and can range from a small box […]

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Electrical Engineering : What is Dirty Power?

Electrical Engineering : What is Dirty Power?

Posted by Mike Ruff on in Engineering, Fundamentals

“Dirty power” is an abnormality in the power quality that is being delivered to a system.  These abnormalities can include low power factor, voltage variations, frequency variations, and surges.  All electrical systems are based on a supply of power at a certain voltage and frequency.  Equipment and electronic devices are chosen based on this expected […]

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How to Reduce Electricity Costs Ahead of Rate Increases

How to Reduce Electricity Costs Ahead of Rate Increases

Posted by Sara Lewis on in Engineering, Energy Solutions

Sometimes, it can be difficult to understand changes on your electric bill and even harder to determine what you can do to bring monthly costs down.  TES Engineering recently attended a seminar that discussed First Energy rate structures and the company’s planned impending rate increases. In this blog post, we hope to break down the […]

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