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The History of the Electric Generator
By Harvey McEwan Since its discovery in the 1800s, the generator has grown to be one of the most useful resources for both households and industries alike. So how did it originate? [READ FULL ARTICLE]
How Much Power Do You Need From Portable Gas Generators?
By Michael C Jr The advancement of technology in the past decade opened the door for everyone to make electricity a necessity. But everybody knows not most of the times electricity is present; there are always time when a locality experiences power surges or blackouts. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
NFPA 110 Generator Testing: An Overview
By Mike Barone The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) creates minimum standards for fire safety, egress safety, and other types of safety in commercial buildings. Included in the NFPA's safety standards is a code for testing and maintaining emergency power supply systems (EPSS): NFPA 110. If your building contains a generator, practicing the code can ensure that it performs as expected during a power outage. [READ FULL ARTICLE]
Wind Generators For Home Use - 3 Tips to Make Your Home Self-Sufficient Using Wind Power
By John Jakobson Wind generators for home use can save you hundreds (even thousands) of dollars each and every year by taking yourself off the grid. Done properly, you will never have to pay for for an electric bill again. And depending on which utility company is located near you, some lucky individuals who have produced more electricity than they needed actually got payment checks from them. But for the most part, using residential wind turbines should be seen as a way to make your home self-sufficient. [READ FULL ARTICLE]