Diesel Generators

Diesel generators can be used to create power to places that are not powered by a power grid or as a backup in case of a power outage. They are also used in ships for propulsion as well as an energy source.

Diesel generators are really common as back-up units for power supply in case of an emergency. Available in both single & three-phases, they can be used not only in large establishments but also for homes and smaller offices.

Wind Generators

Wind power is cost-effective. Land-based utility-scale wind is one of the lowest-priced energy source available. It costs between two and six cents per kilowatt-hour, depending on the wind resource and the financing of the project.

Because electricity from wind turbines is sold at a fixed price over a long period of time (e.g. 15+ years) and its fuel is free, wind energy mitigates the price uncertainty that fuel costs add to regular sources of energy.

Propane Generators

When you are considering fuel and maintenance costs, environmental impact and the possibility to store fuel for a long time, propane generators can be beneficial. The shelf life of propane is considered limitless, unlike gasoline, which starts to degrade after a few months without stabilizers.

Propane generators can help you be confident that your machine is going to provide you the peace of mind and security of a power source when all other lights are out.