Permitting New Emergency Generators in Eastern New England
December 3, 2014
Natural gas or diesel emergency generators are becoming far more common
in today’s market. Formerly used for only emergency lighting or other
life-safety measures, with the rapid expansion of the information technology
markets, standby emergency generators are now used to provide backup
power to data centers full of sensitive computer equipment, which is essential
for businesses to provide their services without interruption.
The following white paper, by Senior Consultant Vincent Tino, examines the
permitting requirements for emergency generator nationally as well as for some New England states.
Download the white paper here.