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TierPoint’s data center in Lenexa, Kansas, comprises 56,000 square feet, with 10,000 square feet of production floor space in operation
The Cat Switchgear is an integral component of Kansas City International (KCI) airport’s standby power system.
While a large regional generation and transmission cooperative serves as the primary source of power for Johnson City, the municipality maintains and operates its own backup power capabilities for occasional weather-related outages.
Shawnee Heights USD 450 is a unified suburban school district located in southeastern Shawnee County, Kansas.
TVH added a 1 MW rooftop solar system for their Americas headquarters in Olathe, Kansas.
To say Custom Dredge Works builds complete dredges doesn’t adequately describe just how much of the fabrication is done under one roof.
Foley Power Solutions, a division of Foley Equipment, installed a solar microgrid on the roof of the company’s Kansas City facility
Today, all diesel HogZilla grinders are powered by Cat industrial engines, but that wasn’t always the case.
As utility bills skyrocketed for Sitruc Farms LLC, owner Steve Rathe began seeking out affordable alternative power sources.
Tift Regional Medical Center was at capacity with its backup power system for critical care areas., and needed to upgrade.
When planning the construction their lodge, it became readily apparent that the 25,000-volt power line would not supply enough energy for the lodge's needs
After a crippling ice storm, Fort Knox military base vowed to never have an outage like that again.
Developed exclusively for land electric drilling rigs, Smart EMS monitors rig demand and engine load continuously, then matches supply to demand efficiently.
Brock replaced eight old Cat G3516A workhorse engines with four Cat 3516H engines, which produce 2 MW of electricity each.