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Titan Energy Worldwide Inc., a provider of distributed power generation products and intelligent energy-management services, has announced that it is expanding its service offerings to include sales and servicing of uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems and batteries.

On a national scale, Titan says it will now be able to offer sales and service of more than 25 makes and models of UPS systems. In addition, the company will offer battery service and replacement services.

"UPS and battery systems are integral components of many on-site power programs, and now we no longer need to outsource UPS or battery service," says Jeffrey Flannery, CEO of Titan Energy Worldwide.


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