Powering Ahead

RunReady  magazine highlights best practices in distributed power generation

Grab your digital copy of RunReady. Learn from customers just like you who have used Cat® generator sets, switchgear, and ancillary equipment to reach their goals of ensuring continuous power, emergency power, and increased energy efficiency while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

For the last decade, RunReady has profiled customers with applications ranging from cruise ships to paper mills in North America and internationally. Learn about the complete scope of the project with expert guidance from Caterpillar on product selection, installation, operation, and maintenance.

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Top Story: Safety Net


New Orleans has an 11 percent chance of experiencing the impact of a hurricane during an average year, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Last year, Children’s Hospital New Orleans rode out Hurricane Ida without incident as it ran flawlessly on standby power from six Cat generator sets for the storm’s duration.

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Top Story: Leading Edge


As a data center in the heart of downtown Omaha, 1623 Farnam is the interconnection point for the country’s largest carriers on their east-west and north-south routes. Housed in a former telecommunications hub, the facility named after its street address serves as the center of secure on-ramps to the world’s biggest cloud providers.

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Top Story: Answering the Call


When a blown transformer knocked out power to the older portion of OSF St. Francis Medical Center in Peoria, Illinois, several Cat generators operated continuously for a month until utility power could be restored. Technicians from Altorfer Power Systems were there to ensure the Cat C32 gensets kept operating around the clock.

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Top Story: Powering a Sustainable Future

The Cumberland County Improvement Authority is the only landfill in the state of New Jersey to operate a microgrid, maintaining and operating its own electrical infrastructure. The microgrid enables the Authority to more completely recycle on-site energy from its own landfill gas, which fuels three Cat G3520 generator sets.

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