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Sustainable UPS backup for public health, security and climate change

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Vice President , Marie, Inc.

Co-founder Marie, Inc. Crofton, Maryland.  I am passionate and energized to promote, commit and engage in sustainable environmental stewardship. 

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  • Sep 8, 2020

I would like to open a dialogue in reference to the traditional UPS systems currently deployed in the commercial space.

We are currently experiencing unprecedented power disruptions and challenges through out the country that are extending backup demand into longer and longer durations and there now seems to be a rush of systemic failures simply due to inadequate UPS backup systems. 

Is it perhaps time that the general public and the country is served with a new resolute emphasis by transforming the current UPS systems into a more permanent long duration sustainable green concept while eliminating the carbon foot print currently contributed by traditional UPS backup and off grid power.









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