Backup Power Options for Small Businesses | business.com


It’s important to develop a disaster plan for your business that accounts for the scenario of a power failure.

 

  • Power failures pose a serious financial risk to small businesses, interrupting your operations and income if you don’t have a backup plan.
  • Onsite power backup options include uninterrupted power supplies and generators.
  • Price and capabilities determine the best generator for your business. Portable, stationary, propane and natural gas versions are all available for commercial use.

Power failures are one of the most common risks to small businesses. You don’t need to live in the path of a hurricane or in an earthquake zone to be at risk of this particular disaster. Widespread power grid failures can occur almost anywhere. While manufacturers and retailers can experience substantial losses of perishable inventory, service-oriented businesses can be impacted by the loss of computer and phone service.

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