Power Logistics works with clients to reduce the amount of equipment required on-site as well as offering biofuels as an available option for use within their generators, alongside energy saving lamps.
Their main policy of reducing, reusing and recycling materials ensures that their offices and warehouse are going green, and Power Logistics are also looking to update their website in the Summer of 2010 with a dedicated section to the environmental issues, including information on client’s power options.
The company were also looking into ways to incorporate an Uninterrupted Power Supply (or UPS) into their power systems – these are nicknamed ‘battery backups’ and are often used within electrical devices such as computers to provide an emergency power when the main input power source fails. Mike Whitehouse from Power Logistics explains “UPS is something we have a call for and use in small areas and low power needs. It’s something that maybe has an opportunity for growth for larger temporary power requirements but we are still looking at crunching the numbers to get it right and balancing these with practical application”.