Kosmos Solar has partnered with Generac Generators. Generac was the first to engineer affordable home standby generators, along with the first engine developed specifically for the rigors of generator use, and is now the #1 manufacturer of home backup generators. Generac manufactures the widest range of power products in the marketplace including portable, residential, commercial and industrial generators. We are also the leading designer and manufacturer of manual and fully automatic transfer switches and accessories for backup power applications up to 2 MW.

The Generac Mobile line of powerful, high-quality light towers, trailer-mounted mobile generators and combination units are designed and built for a variety of industries and the most demanding environments.

Generac also pioneered the residential power washer category, putting the power to clean into the hands of homeowners. Today, Generac features a full line of innovative, industry-leading power washers suitable for virtually any application, including the toughest commercial and industrial environments.




Positioned for the Future
“Generac is well positioned to be a key player in the clean energy market,” said Aaron Jagdfeld, chief executive of generator manufacturer Generac Holdings Inc. “The company’s expertise in power generation combined with the technologies under development will be used to modernize the way consumers will generate, store and consume their own power. This in turn will create the opportunity for significant energy cost savings while also providing potential relief from increasing power outages.”


Changing Energy Landscape
“Our move into clean energy technologies such as energy storage is a natural next step for Generac,” said Aaron Jagdfeld, chief executive of generator manufacturer Generac Holdings Inc. “We believe the energy landscape will change dramatically over the next decade as utility rates continue to rise, the grid continues to be less stable, and regulations driving renewable energy continue to increase.”


Going Beyond Emergency Power
“We had been thinking about what do we do beyond this emergency power approach in all of our businesses,” said Russ Minick, chief marketing officer and head of the clean-energy product division. “How power is delivered to homes and businesses in the United States is going through quite a revolution now,” he said. “The original (concept of building) a giant coal-burning power plant and running wires everywhere is quickly being replaced by natural gas as the fuel. But (experts) call it the ‘bridge fuel,’ because the renewables are coming in.”




While mobile generators are popular for power needs on construction sites, outdoor events and in disaster recovery efforts, they also offer many advantages as a back-up power solution.


  • Fast Deployment
    If you need power fast, mobile generators can be deployed and set-up quickly, within days
    or even hours. And, a mobile generator is an ideal interim power solution while waiting for a
    stationary standby generator to be built and installed.
  • Versatile
    Because mobile generators are easy to tow and transport, they are an ideal option for businesses
    and municipalities that have multiple locations to protect. The generator can be transported to
    locations when and where power is needed.
  • Economical
    If you do have multiple locations to protect, a mobile generator can be the most economical
    option for back-up power, transporting generators where the power is needed as compared to
    installing a stationary standby unit at every location
  • Easy to Operate
    Mobile generators are safe and easy to use once you know the basics. Pre-installing transfer
    switches and having a few essential power cords on hand make the process even easier.
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  • Decreased Productivity
    When the power goes out, productivity goes down.
    Employees rely on electricity and may not be able
    to complete assignments during an outage. After
    power has been restored, it may take overtime to
    resolve issues and recover lost data. Employee
    productivity decreases with every minute of power
    lost, affecting your business’ bottom line.
  • Disturbance of Operations
    Power outages can cause downtime and it can
    delay manufacturing efforts as well as your ability
    to sell inventory when customers need it the most.
  • Lost Customers
    If power outages impact website access for your
    customers, a one-time outage could hurt your
    company perception. A damaged reputation could
    play a long term role on revenue and gaining these
    customers back may require signi cant and costly
  • Damaged Equipment
    A loss in power can cause long-term damage to
    your equipment. One of the largest sources of
    damage is the electrical surge that happens when
    the power returns. The cost to repair equipment
    damaged by not having a proper backup power
    supply or not using surge protection is unanticipated
    and can set a company back  nancially.
  • Increased Liability
    Increased liability risks are a threat when the power
    goes out. Employees and customers are at a
    higher risk of injury during an outage.
  • Stored Computer Data Lost
    Computers and other operating systems need to
    shut down properly and an outage can cause these
    devices to shut down unexpectedly. Files that
    you were working on could be lost or corrupted.
    If outages are frequent enough, your hard drive
    could be damaged and its lifespan shortened.