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How can I keep electrical loads running when the mains / grid supply is intermittent?

I work in an agricultural training centre in a small town. We have a mains electricity supply but we get power cuts regularly. In the rainy season, the power is only available 4 to 8 hours a day and sometimes goes off for several days at a time. We use electricity for water pumping, lights, fridges for the canteen, computers, TV, kettles and power tools, among other loads.

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How can I keep electrical loads running when the mains / grid supply is intermittent?

I work in an agricultural training centre in a small town. We have a mains electricity supply but we get power cuts regularly. In the rainy season, the power is only available 4 to 8 hours a day and sometimes goes off for several days at a time. We use electricity for water pumping, lights, fridges for the canteen, computers, TV, kettles and power tools, among other loads.

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How can I keep electrical loads running when the mains / grid supply is intermittent?

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