Dependability and Reliability are paramount in the Healthcare industry, but unreliable power sources can ruin credibility and be the difference between life and death.

Electrical Engineering
for Data Centers & 24/7 Facilities

Energize your data center, maximize the value of your investment.

Partner with Veteran Electrical Power Systems and energize your data center for maximum performance, time to market, reliability and ROI.

Electrical Maintenance

Detect problems before they lead to an unscheduled power outages, equipment damage or personnel loss.


Downtime can mean millions in lost revenue.


Don't let an electrical failure turn your bottom line into a failure.

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Electrical Testing and 24 Hour Emergency Response

Veteran Electrical Power Systems (VEPS) specializes in electrical preventative and predictive services. As a service disabled veteran owned business, VEPS deals with government, commercial, and industrial entities providing electrical services ranging from 240 Volts to 230KV.

Our thoroughly trained,  electrical engineers and electrical technicians have served clients throughout the United States and internationally, which makes us adaptive to each and every environment we encounter.  From commercial structures to industrial-sized jobs, we are the electrical contracting source to trust for guaranteed service.  Our emergency response team is on standby 24/7 to better suit your needs.  Learn more about our services below or click here to download our brochure.

Electrical Engineering

Our team offers a comprehensive portfolio of services tailored for every stage of a power system’s life cycle whether it’s design, build, support, or compliance.

Electrical Testing

We are committed to providing the best testing services for electrical power systems equipment on numerous electrical apparatus.

Repair & Maintenance

We are committed to providing you with reliable electrical repair services you expect and the quality you trust. Our technicians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Need emergency service?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with fast and reliable service 24/7. Give us a call now and we’ll get you taken care of in no time.

Your Trusted Electrical Testing Firm

Electrical systems can be complicated, but at Vet EPS we pride ourselves on taking the time to help you understand how your electrical system works and how to choose the right solutions for you. Find out why industrial and commercial clients all over Southern California trust Veteran Electrical Power Systems.

What Field Experts Are Saying

How can employers ensure employees are protected from arc flash hazards and what benefits do you gain from a proactive stance on these studies?

“The only way to know exactly what personal protective equipment (PPE) is needed to protect employees from arc flash hazards is to perform an incident energy analysis. Simply put, when industrial or commercial electrical distribution equipment fails, it can potentially result in an explosion. This “explosion” is the manifestation of incident energy. Basically, electrical distribution equipment and the equipment configuration need to be evaluated to determine how much incident energy (heat generated from the explosion) can be produced during a worst-case failure. Incident energy is measured in calories per centimeter squared (cal/cm2). A calorie is the amount of energy it takes to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Celsius. An arc flash analysis determines the most severe incident energy that can be produced at each location of the distribution system so that there’s no doubt what level of arc flash PPE is required to protect workers from receiving burns during an arc flash event.”

“There are often overlooked side benefits of having the arc flash analysis performed as well. After the analysis is complete, a thorough database of all of the electrical equipment now exists, their configuration, and their protective settings. Often, the analysis leads to updating existing drawings so that a complete set of accurate one-line diagrams is available of the entire distribution system. Depending on the company hired to perform the analysis, there could also be the benefit of a knowledgeable person taking an “outsider” look at the system who may be able to see things that could be changed to help improve efficiency or avoid some developing electrical failure. Many people identify equipment coordination issues that can lead to larger outages than necessary when a breaker trips. These are just a few of the examples that hopefully start to paint the picture that the benefits greatly outweigh the up-front capital investment.”

-Tommy Northcott Jan 23rd 2018, from EC&M