Titan Energy Development, Inc. Completes Delivery of 300KW Generator to Royal Credit Union Data Center

Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc.
Jeff Flannery

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Titan Energy Worldwide, Inc. (OTCBB:TEWI) announced today that its subsidiary, Stellar Energy Services, successfully completed the startup of a 300KW emergency Generac diesel engine generator system for the Royal Credit Union, located in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Stellar Energy is an authorized dealer and service provider for Generac Power Systems in five Midwestern states.

Stellar Energy also provided the customer with two (2) General Electric, Zenith automatic transfer switches. The engine generator was supplied with a 438 gallon UL double walled fuel tank, which can hold enough fuel to last for 24 hours without refueling. The system also includes a state-of-the-art sound attenuated outdoor enclosure to protect the engine generator from the elements and reduce noise output.

Greg Sleight of Royal Credit Union said, “We are very pleased with the equipment the installation and the start-up of the emergency power system.” The engine generator is designed to deliver emergency power to the data center within 10 seconds of a utility failure.

Steve Hoyt, senior sales engineer for Stellar Energy, stated, “We have seen a large increase in sales of engine generator systems which we believe is due to the expansion and increased activity in the data center market. We were fortunate to work with a very experienced electrical contractor for Eau Claire, Wisconsin, B & B Electric; they did a great job with the installation of the critical power system.”

More information on Stellar Energy Services can be found at www.stellarenergyservices.com. Information on Titan Energy can be found at www.titanenergydevelopment.com.

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