Reinventing Electrical Resiliency for High Value Manufacturing
For high value manufacturing facilities in the bio-pharma, electronics, chemical, food, and aerospace-defense industries to name a few, operational interruptions due to power outages significantly impact the bottom line due to missed customer deliveries due to lost product. Facility design flexibility and operational resiliency strategies are critical in safeguarding manufacturing operations against an aging utility grid infrastructure vulnerable to natural and human caused hazards. Crisis-proofing operations before the next power disruption event requires proactive business continuity planning and resilient mission critical support, especially power systems.
While manufacturing facilities have always considered crisis proofing operations, new innovative contingency strategies and technologies are becoming the new normal in facility design. Microgrids offer high value manufacturing facilities a resiliency strategy that ensures safe, reliable, and uninterrupted operations for continuous and often energy-intensive manufacturing processes.
The Enchanted Rock Solution
The Enchanted Rock Electrical Resiliency-as-a-Service solution helps high value manufacturing facilities reinvent how they approach electrical resiliency. We provide fully managed clean, natural gas-powered resiliency microgrids, support services, and flexible pricing options designed for fast, simple, and worry-free protection from extended grid outages. A partner you can trust, we have a proven track record of availability solutions backed by highly skilled personnel and advanced systems, resulting in low risk, predictable resiliency.
Decarbonizing Resilience with Natural Gas
Enchanted Rock’s natural gas powered systems offer cleaner local emissions than diesel by orders of magnitude of with practically no run limitations – allowing manufacturing facilities to support both resiliency and sustainability strategies. During crisis situations, natural gas is readily available when disel refueling is not always possible. Our systems can use natural gas and renewable natural gas to reduce or eliminate carbon footprint.
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