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  • Gallery


    Total Power has posted new jobs to the gallery! Check out all the new 2013 projects that Total Power has worked on over the past year.

    If you want to work with Total Power in the future, get in touch with our sales team at sales@totalpower.ca.

    Perhaps you have a technical questions or want to learn more from our training department, check our online resource section, https://www.totalpower.ca/resources/, there you can find training dates and technical information.

     

  • BC Liquor


    The BC Liquor Distribution Branch operates 195 retail stores located throughout the province under the brand BC Liquor Stores and is the largest retailers of liquor in British Columbia. The branch has 2 x 600kW Bi-Fuel Generac units that run in parallel. The generator system backs up the building’s life safety requirements along with order processing and I.T.

  • Waterloo Regional Courthouse


    This brand new, state of the art building opened its doors in downtown Kitchener in March 2013. In the basement of the building you will find all three units which back up the building’s life safety requirements and other services including critical data.

  • Jacob Lift Station


    This water treatment plant received a recent upgrade to increase the capacity of the wastewater system. The addition of a generator along with two transfer switches provides back-up for the entire water treatment process at the station.

  • Airline Operations Center


    Located in Toronto, these units back up the nation-wide computer system for flight information and other key deliverables for a major airline. The units operate in parallel and tie into a large switchboard panel.

  • Toronto Humane Society


    The Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter with locations across Canada. This Toronto branch, located in the heart of downtown benefitted from a turnkey solution when upgrading to a larger standby generator for support. The Humane Society now has back up for their emergency room equipment, their security system and life safety utilities.

  • BC Border Crossing


    Located at the border of Boundary Bay, B.C. and Point Roberts, Washington, this unit is critical in backing up the data utilities for the Canada Border Services Agency branch of the Federal Government. Customized to meet Federal standards, the unit is visible when entering and leaving Canada.

  • Hello St. Albert!

    • February 25, 2014
    • News

    Total Power is now located in St. Albert, Alberta!

    Effective February 1st, 2014 Total Power Limited is pleased to announce the relocation of our Edmonton branch to Unit 170-6 Renault Crescent, St. Alberta. The continuing growth in our Western Canadian operations drove the requirement for a larger space that will better serve and support the Alberta market.

    To learn more about this new location and what it means for Total Power, check out our newest press release: St. Albert

    For any questions or concerns regarding this new location, call us toll free at: 866-708-8797

  • Alberta’s Blue Cross


    Alberta’s Blue Cross provides supplementary health and dental benefits to meet the needs of over 1.6 million Albertans. Their office in Edmonton is located in the heart of the city; standing over 8 stores high, the Alberta Blue Cross building has 3 roof mounted, natural gas generators. These units are used to back up the building’s data center. Utilizing three paralleled natural gas generators provided a large cost savings in both equipment and infrastructure.  The generators also have an additional redundancy built into their system for an added level of reliability.

  • Canadian Business Journal


    Recently Total Power was featured in an article on Canadian Business Journal. For those of you who are unaware, CBJ is sent digitally each month to 37,000 individual senior executives in Canada. The CBJ – written by Canadians, for Canadians – is essential reading for Canada’s top business leaders who want to stay informed of current business news, industry topics and trends. The magazine offers readers a glimpse into major Canadian industries including construction, energy, food and drink, healthcare, manufacturing and more, through comprehensive profiles of successful Canadian enterprises.

    Total Power can be found on page 140 of the magazine at this link: http://www.cbj.ca/EMAG/2014/Jan/CBJ.php

    Or for just the Total Power feature, please visit this link: http://www.cbj.ca/brochures/2014/Jan/Total_Power/index.php

    We hope you enjoy the read and learn a little bit more about Total Power and the energy industry.