Severe Weather and COVID-19 Impact Generator Shipments

An empty warehouse. Manufacturer back orders for standby and portable generators total tens of thousands of generators.Shipping Delays are Affecting All Distributors, Retailers, and Purchasers Consumers and Businesses alike experience long wait times after they order...

Winter Storm Uri Cripples Texas with Rolling Blackouts

Ice builds on power lines and trees during an ice storm followed by below freezing temperatures. The Texas blackouts occured when generating facilities began to freeze and shut down a period of peak demand driven by frigid temperatures.5 Million Utility Customers...

2021 Atlantic Hurricane Forecasts an Above Average Season

A Category 5 Hurricane as seen from space with a well-defined eye surrouned by dense clouds. Lightning causes the bright spots near the eye and along the inward-spiralling bands of clouds. NOAA Satellite Photo.6 in 10 Chance for an Above Average 2021 Atlantic...

Generac PWRcell Delivers Whole Home Solar Power

This home with a PV Solar Array and a Generac PWRcell Battery Storage relies on solar power for its energy needs. The Battery Storage can charge from solar or grid power and operate independently during a blackout or outage.All the Promise of Solar Power Without the...

2.1 Million Utility Customers Without Power as Hurricane Zeta Rips into Gulf Coast

Category 2 Hurricane Zeta as it makes landfall at Cocodrie, Louisiana. The hurricane was just 1 MPH from a Category 3 Major Hurricane on the Saffir Simpson Scale. GOES-East Satellite Imagery via NOAA October 28, 2020. Zeta Makes Landfall as a Category 2 Hurricane Over...

Hurricane Delta—Louisiana’s Fourth 2020 Storm

A weakening Hurricane Delta blasts Louisiana with high winds, a storm surge of at least 9 feet, and heavy rain as it comes ashore on Friday, October 9, 2020. Delta Hits a Devastated Louisiana Six Weeks After Hurricane LauraIt Only Takes One Every year, the National...

Power Outages Persist Following Hurricanes Laura and Isaias

Utility Poles and Dristribution Wires Block a Road Following Hurricane Laura. It will take weeks to fully rebuild local distribution grids in Louisiana and Texas, according to Edison Electric VP Scott Aaronson. More than 1 Million People Without Power in Louisiana,...

Devastating Hurricane Laura Hits Louisiana & Texas with 150 MPH Winds and Flooding

Hurricane Laura arrived with 150 MPH Winds and Storm Surge to shed rooftops, blast high rise windows, and complicated evacuations and shelter accomodations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.