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You never know when disaster strikes and when it does, being prepared is what will mean the difference between keeping your business going and having your operations interrupted. There are a number of disasters that can and will put a halt to your company’s operations and how soon you can get things back on track will help determine whether or not your company will continue to thrive. In order to ensure that it does, you need to have commercial disaster planning prioritized.
What does commercial disaster planning include and what should you do to make sure that your business will continue on after disasters occur? Planning for a disaster includes having back-up systems ready for your company to utilize should there be obstacles to your continued operations. These obstacles are usually due to power outages, which often come after disasters like floods, fires, hurricanes, earthquakes, and the like.
In order for your company to continue functioning, one of your best options would be to have a back-up system on hand. Some of the back-up systems you can choose from include options that use both renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Non-renewable sources are those that use fossil fuels, which include generators that run on these fuels and pollute the environment as it works. Renewable sources, on the other hand, include the sun, wind, and flowing water.
Your best choice would be to harness the power of the sun and to use back-up batteries for your disaster back-up needs. This is because the sun is a constant energy source that won’t run out anytime soon and is perennially available everywhere at no added cost. The use of solar panels and back-up batteries not only helps keep your company running during power outages but also helps the environment since it is a clean, unlimited, and readily-available source of energy.
Using solar energy to keep your business running even after disaster strikes is a sound idea, and not just from a disaster planning point-of-view. You can actually shift to totally depending on the sun for all your energy needs, which means you won’t be dependent on electrical companies for your power requirements. Shifting to solar will mean bigger savings for your business in the long run and will give you the kind of independence from the grid that will also enable you to continue operating even when disaster strikes.
Whether your business requires continuous power for servers, refrigeration, or other types of electrical equipment that are crucial to your company’s operations, Sharp Solar has the right solution for your disaster planning and back-up needs. Contact us today at 817-765-6864 or complete our contact form and find out what we can do to help you. You can also fill out our contact form on this page and we will get back to you with answers as soon as we can.