NWPPA Engineering & Ops Conference and Trade Show 2022

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The Northwest Public Power Association's (NWPPA) annual Engineering and Operations Conference and Trade Show is the largest gathering of public power utilities in the Northwest. The latest show was held in Spokane, WA this past April and it was wonderful getting out and seeing everyone again, especially when we were able to introduce our Lentry® Lighting Systems to those who have never seen them before.

NWPPA's E&O 2023 show will be held in Reno, NV and more information will be posted as it becomes avaialable. We hope to see you there!

Truck-mounted LEDs serve also as portable scene lighting.

Portable Lentry Lights can provide light just as easily from the back of the truck as they can from the ditch or hillside. Photo courtesy Summerhill Fire, PA.

After entering the utilities market a few years ago, we quickly found out that there is a need for our all-terrain, portable safety lights: Lentry® Generator Lights. In fact, after one of our local utility companies tested out Lentry Light Model 1SPECX-C23, they quickly purchased and shared their feedback, as well as photos, which can be seen here.

Other utility companies quickly learned how versatile Lentry Lighting Systems can be. Not only can they be taken and placed where traditional lighting cannot go (side of a hill, under a bridge, in the mud/snow...), but can also serve as truck-mounted lighting, via our Truck-Mount Kit, shown by Connecticut Water here.

Even though the NWPPA E&O show is over for this year, feel free to contact us at any time to find out how Lentry Portable Lighting Systems reduce stress and dramatically, improve overall safety.

Your work has enough risks. Make sure you can see.

Lighting a job site three different ways: vehicle headlights, spot light, and with a Lentry All-Terrain Light

Kootenai Electric in North Idaho lighting a job site with three different lights: vehicle headlines, spotlight, and with Lentry Light Model 1SPECX-C23. Photos used with permission.


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