Dalkia Aegis Blog

“Mini” Blackout in NYC Leaves More Than 72,000 Customers in the Dark

Are you prepared for even a “mini” blackout, like the one that hit the heart of New York City on July 13? Although about 72,000 customers lost power, the number of people it affected was much higher in the very-busy 42 blocks around Times Square. The cost to businesses during the 5+ hour electricity outage was tremendous. The Saturday-night NYC power outage brought events including a Jennifer Lopez concert, Broadway shows, movie showings and more to a stop. Hotels, attractions, stores and restaurants lost a busy night of business, and are footing the bill for service recovery efforts and equipment damaged when the power returned.

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Tradeshow Season: In Like a Lion

As March comes in, we’re roaring to kick-off what is already stacking up to be a busy tradeshow season. This year, three appearances fall over the same stretch of days and two others are scheduled after the ides of March. This is anything but a tragedy, however. The busy schedule can only signify one thing: a shift in the way people think about energy.

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Aegis Energy Continues to Invent Amazing During National Engineers Week

Aegis Energy has been a leader in green technology for over 30 years and counting. How have we stayed at the forefront of the industry? By continually challenging ourselves to invent amazing. This year, that very sentiment is the theme of National Engineers Week, taking place February 17–23. A nod to our company and talented engineers? We’d like to think so.

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Keeping the Island Park Fire Department Hot With CHP

If someone asked you to think of New York, chances are, even if you’ve never visited, you’ve seen enough of the city on television or in the movies to bring to mind visions of some of the landmarks like the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building, or the men and women in uniform who keep the residents and visitors safe.

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National Cut Your Energy Costs Day Is a Resolution Worth Investing In

January is the month where we make resolutions for the coming year and intend to do our best to keep them. January 10th also marks National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. Why not ring in the New Year by conducting an audit of your energy consumption and take the necessary steps to reduce your energy spend?

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