Emergency Power GeneratorsOctober 22nd Fact-of-the-Day
Gasoline is expensive, difficult to transport, dangerous to store, and deteriorates over time. Approximately 55 percent of U.S. homes have natural gas service. Where natural gas is available, natural gas power generators eliminate the fuel transportation and storage problems. It costs less to generate electrical power from natural gas than from gasoline. In fact, in some places it costs less to generate electrical power from natural gas than to buy it from a power company. The cost of natural gas power generators is similar to the cost of gasoline generators. They run clean and are 'environmentally-friendly.' In the unlikely event that electrical power and natural gas supplies both fail, natural gas generators can be run on propane. ©2004 Martek, International. All rights reserved.
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