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When the power goes out at home, you may lose money by way of food spoiling or pipes breaking. But, when the power goes out at the business, the costs are much greater.

On a market-based scale, an E Source survey of 800 energy decision makers, reported that power outages cost U.S. businesses $27 billion per year within eight key market segments including Batch Manufacturing, Continuous Manufacturing, Financial Services/Digital Economy, Offices, Healthcare/Hospitals, Government/Education, Grocery/Food Stores, and Retail. 

Further, a four-hour power disruption costs an average of $10K to $20K while a three-day outage can cost upwards of $50K.