National Risk Index


The time is now to plan for power outages this upcoming season. The potential of natural disasters that we face in Alabama and Northwest Florida during the spring and summer season is vast. It is important to have a backup power solution readily available to protect you and your business when disaster hits.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) assembled a useful tool to assess your communities’ risk for natural disaster. The National Risk Index illustrates the likelihood of various natural hazards occurring across the United States, including earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, volcanoes, tsunamis, winter weather and more.

*Snapshot retrieved from the National Risk Index calculator

The snapshot above analyzes the natural hazard risk in our territories of Alabama and Northwest Florida. According to the National Risk Index, weather risks that are relatively moderate and high existing in our territories include hurricane, tornado, flooding, lightning, landslide, and heat wave.

As a world leader in backup and emergency power systems, CAT built a reputation for performance, reliability and quality. Investing in a backup power plan with Thompson Power Systems before disaster hits will help manager your risk and minimize downtime.

To learn more about how to prepare with Thompson Power Systems.

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