Standby Generators & Backup Power

Prepare your facility for outages with backup power systems that provide security to your property.

Ensure uninterrupted operations for your Business

Increase resiliency and keep your employees, customers and equipment safe.

As a business owner, you understand the importance of ensuring uninterrupted operations for your commercial property. We understand the importance of keeping your employees and customers safe and comfortable during emergencies, and our generators are a key part. However, power outages can occur at any time due to various reasons like natural disasters, grid failures, or other unforeseeable circumstances. This is where backup power and generators come in. These systems provide a reliable source of power when the main power supply fails, keeping your business running smoothly. In times of crisis, having backup power can be a lifeline for your employees and customers, providing a sense of safety and security. It shows that you care about their wellbeing and are willing to take proactive steps to ensure their comfort and safety. Ultimately, investing in backup power and generators demonstrates your empathy towards your business and the people who rely on it.

Maximize Savings With Energy Backup Power

Avoid Costly Power Outages & Disasters

Leverage Tax Credits & Incentives

Simple Operations & Maintenance (O&M)

Meet Environmental Goals & Requirements

BPi offers turn-key backup generator solutions

End-to-end solutions for the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning of standby commercial generators.

BPi is an EPC Contractor (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) in the solar and renewable energy industry. We are a company that provides end-to-end solutions for the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning of standby commercial generators and backup power resources. We have a team of specialized engineers and project managers who have the expertise and experience to deliver complex renewable energy projects.

Backup Power Construction

Feasibility Modeling

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Project Management

Operations & Maintenance

options for backup & industrial power

For businesses requiring more power, our systems are designed to grow when you grow.

Commercial standby generators are vital for businesses, offering backup power during outages by seamlessly connecting to a building’s electrical system. Fueled by natural gas or diesel, these generators ensure uninterrupted power for days or weeks, minimizing downtime and revenue loss. Industrial backup power systems cater to critical industries like manufacturing and healthcare, emphasizing reliability, efficiency, and scalability. Temporary backup power, employing portable generators, addresses needs at construction sites and events. Electric battery energy storage systems use batteries to store energy, promoting efficiency and reducing costs, particularly in commercial and industrial settings. These solutions contribute to increased renewable energy integration and offer additional revenue and savings.

Commercial Standby Generators

Commercial standby generators provide backup power for businesses during outages. They connect to a building’s electrical system and start up automatically, providing power within seconds. These generators are typically fueled by natural gas or diesel and can provide uninterrupted power for days or weeks. They are essential for businesses that need continuous power to minimize downtime and revenue loss, and offer peace of mind and protection during unexpected outages.

Industrial Backup Power

Industrial backup power systems are designed to provide reliable and continuous power to critical equipment and machinery in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, data centers, and telecommunications. These backup power solutions can include generators and other energy storage systems. They are engineered to meet the unique power needs of industrial facilities, with a focus on high reliability, efficiency, and scalability.

Temporary Backup Power

Temporary backup power uses portable generators or other power sources for backup power in temporary settings such as construction sites, outdoor events, and disaster relief. These generators are fueled by diesel, gasoline, propane, or natural gas and can range from small, portable generators to large, trailer-mounted ones. Temporary backup power is essential for productivity and safety in settings without reliable power.

Electric Battery Energy Storage

Energy storage systems use batteries to store electrical energy, which can be used later when needed. These systems popular in commercial, and industrial settings  to reduce energy costs and increase energy efficiency. They are charged using solar panels or the electrical grid during off-peak hours. When demand for electricity is high or there is a power outage, batteries are used to supply power reducing the draw electricity from the grid.

Operations & Maintenance (O&M) of backup power

Ensure your business is operating at peak performance.

Operations and Maintenance (O&M) for standby generators and backup power is the ongoing upkeep and management of a power system to ensure its optimal performance and longevity. It includes regular monitoring, inspection, and maintenance of the generator, fuel system, and other components to ensure that the system is functioning at its best capacity. This involves checking for any damage, ensuring that all connections are secure, and removing any dirt or debris that may have accumulated on the generator. In addition, any necessary repairs or replacements are carried out to keep the generator in good working condition. Regular maintenance is important to ensure optimal performance and efficiency of the standby generator and backup power system, as well as to extend their lifespan. We understand how critical it is to have a reliable power backup system, which is why we offer comprehensive maintenance services to ensure your standby generator is always ready when you need it.

Frequently Asked Questions about Commercial Generators & Backup Power

Get answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ)

A standby generator is a backup power system that automatically turns on in the event of a power outage. It is connected directly to your electrical system and uses an automatic transfer switch to switch power from the grid to the generator. Standby generators run on either natural gas or propane and can provide power for your entire home or business.
A standby generator is essential for commercial properties because it ensures that you have power at all times, even during outages. This is especially important for businesses that rely on refrigeration, computers, and other equipment that can be damaged or lost during power outages. A standby generator also helps to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for your employees and customers.
The size of your standby generator depends on the power needs of your commercial property. A professional can help you determine the right size for your needs.
Standby generators can run for as long as necessary, as long as they are properly maintained and have a steady supply of fuel.
Standby generators typically run on natural gas or propane, but can also run on diesel fuel.
It is recommended to have your standby generator maintained annually, or after approximately 200 hours of use. Regular maintenance can help to prevent breakdowns and ensure optimal performance.
It is not recommended to install a standby generator yourself. It is best to hire a professional who can ensure that the generator is properly installed and connected to your electrical system.
The main difference between standby generators and portable generators is that standby generators are permanently installed and connected to your electrical system, while portable generators are designed to be moved from one location to another and are not permanently connected. Standby generators are also typically larger and provide more power than portable generators.
Backup power for commercial properties is similar to standby generators in that they provide power during outages. However, backup power systems are often designed to provide power for longer periods of time and can include features like automatic load shedding to help conserve power.
Yes, backup power can be used for more than just emergency situations. Many commercial properties use backup power as a way to save money on their electricity bills by using power during off-peak hours. Backup power can also be used to provide power during planned outages or maintenance periods.

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