TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT BACKUP GENERATORS AVAILABLE
Homes and businesses rely on utility providers to deliver electricity and/or natural gas to accommodate their daily needs and handle emergency situations as they occur. In times of peak demand, electricity gaps, off-grid power needs, or outages, it is critical for utility companies to have a backup or standby power source to continue to meet those needs.
Distributed Power Solutions (DPS) offers cost-effective, customized solutions to keep the power supply running for your customers. Our equipment can support a wide range of megawatts to generate as much or as little power as you need. DPS can support the following applications temporarily and permanently:
DPS have a fleet to provide additional capacity to handle the peaking demand.
We can help stabilize your grid by supplementing losses experienced when renewable generation is not producing or creating an imbalance.
We can support frequency and/or voltage regulation for balancing supply on tail nodes.
We can provide increased reliability and availability in remote areas or for critical loads.
COAL PLANT RETIREMENT
DPS can backfill the loss of electricity supply reflected from plant retirement.
We can use standby applications as an insurance policy for when the market might experience greater demand or a disruption with the system in place.
We can fill the electricity gap lost when behind the meter equipment is due for maintenance.
With our solutions, you have the opportunity to capitalize during high price per kilowatt-hour demanding times.
Distribution Power Solutions has experience working with companies in all industries with design, engineering, and installation to optimize operations safely and efficiently. Our team of experts is here to discuss your needs and help you determine an application that will meet your power and electricity requirements. We offer 24/7/365 support for your utility project needs.
DPS Provided 290MW Of Baseload Power In Mexico
Distributed Power Solutions (DPS) supplied baseload power generation for two years in a row to three sites in the Baja California region in Mexico. For the 2021 peaking season, DPS was awarded 290MW of power generation, up from 90MW awarded in 2020.