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What the 2023 Hurricane Season Means For Your Emergency Power Plan

It's official: Hurricane season is here. The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season kicked off June 1 and continues through Nov. 30, bringing with it the potential for heavy winds, flooding and other conditions that can lead to power outages. If you’re like our HQ team, which is based in Houston, you know all too well how important an emergency power plan is during hurricane season.In the wake of 2021’s Hurricane Ida, more than 1 million customers lost electricity across eight states. Five years after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico’s power grid is still struggling. Simply put, we’re now entering a phase of [...]

2023-06-19T09:31:01-05:00June 19, 2023|News|

E-frac Power Generation

Learn how PPG Energy installs, commissions and operates turbine power plants for a hydraulic frac innovator — and moves them to new sites every month within just 36 hours. At a Glance Location: Texas and Pennsylvania, U.S. Industry: Oil & Gas Fuel Type: Natural Gas Capacity: 3x 30MW The Challenge Our client is a leading hydraulic fracturing services provider. And when we say “leader,” we mean it: The company’s patented technology provides one of the first fully electric, mobile well stimulation systems powered by locally-supplied natural gas. That includes field gas directly from the wellhead. To power its innovative [...]

2023-02-01T12:01:04-06:00January 19, 2023|Case Study|

Mexicali Utility

Learn how PPG helped a leading utility in Baja California, Mexico secure 90MW of reliable supplemental power — on a tight deadline during summer’s sweltering temperatures. At a Glance Location: Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico Industry: Utility Fuel Type: Clean natural gas Capacity: 90MW The Challenge When the temperature rises, so does power demand. And for a leading utility based in Baja California, Mexico, the sweltering summer of 2022 sent demand skyrocketing. The Comision Federal de Energia had planned for thermal plants to fill the gap. But after construction delays made that supplemental power unavailable, the utility knew it needed a [...]

2022-10-07T10:29:40-05:00September 27, 2022|Case Study|
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