In the abscense of a garage at the moment, im renting a workshop at the local farm. Sadly, it seems the incoming electrical supply isnt up to much. Most stuff is OK, but the compressor is an issue. Basically, it struggles to start. The colder it is, the worse it gets, no doubt due to drag increasing on the motor. Clearly the right answer is to upgrade the incoming power supply. But not my farm or my building. Given the problem is only on start up, and just before it trips out at peak pressure, i only need short periods of extra incoming. Ive tried to find a solution, but not sure im using the right terms. Are the products avalable, such as a battery bank etc, that will, effectively support those peak loads? Im not sure im explaining it well, but hopefully the brighter minds than mine here might have some ideas? Im keen to avoid a generator as this is way to much messing about, though clearly, its an option. I hoping someone here has come up against this sort of issue? Thoughts?