What Does That Mean for You?
The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that surging electricity demand is putting power systems under strain around the world. Our growing infrastructure needs a reliable power supply for residential, commercial, and industrial applications.
The nation’s power grid is strained — with deadly power outages in Texas last winter, potential widespread blackouts during California’s current heatwave, and various other blackouts repeatedly occurring across the country.
Generators support the power grid by offering reliable and cost-effective backup power wherever they’re placed.
The Diesel Generator Market Is Expected to Have the Most Growth. That’s a Problem.
Why? The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says emissions from diesel-run machines contribute to ground-level ozone production (damaging crops, trees, and other plant life).
The damage doesn’t stop there. Diesel produces acid rain, potentially causing a brutal negative impact on our environment. Acid rain infiltrates soil, lakes, and streams — entering the human food chain through water, produce, meat, or fish. There’s got to be a better way to support the power grid.