Intelligent Energy for World Trade Center

Cummins generators guaranteed complete security and business continuity to clients located at the new Torre Futura in San Salvador.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Torre Futura at the World Trade Center in San Salvador incorporates construction elements and technology to ensure both the investment and the welfare of consumers. The project combines design, comfort and efficiency to tenants by providing solid communications and energy saving.

Much of this efficiency comes from an intelligent and inexhaustible energy. The new tower is equipped with backup power system from Cummins Power Generation (CPG), a global leader in the energy industry. Through the installation of two emergency generators, CPG offers constant reinforcement in case of failure in the power grid.

Torre Futura, located in the center of San Salvador, has 19 floors of office space, five levels for parking, a shopping plaza for 25 stores and full integration with the two existing buildings: the Radisson Plaza Hotel and its convention center.

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