Generator Facts

Numbers Don’t Lie!

Below are some generator facts and figures relating to recent storms and power outages.

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Number of Storms in 2011

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Number of Storms in 2012

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Number of Storms in 2013

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Selecting a Generator

The two main types of residential generators are portable and permanent standby. If you plan to power a few lights, your refrigerator and a furnace, a less expensive portable generator may provide enough power. If you intend to run your lights and furnace—along with a well pump, a freezer and other major appliances—you will need a permanent standby model… learn more about selecting a generator.

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Portable vs. Standby

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Generator Basics

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Residential Generators

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Commercial Generators

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