Inverter Generators

When electricity is absent or insufficient, portable generators are stand-alone power sources that may be carried or rolled to provide primary or backup power. They generate electrical energy by burning gasoline, propane gas, or another fuel to power equipment during power outages or in distant locations. Inverter generators use an electronic alternator to regulate power flow and offer higher-quality power while using less fuel than traditional generators. They're also easier to carry and store because they require less upkeep and are lighter and smaller.