Why EPA Emissions Standards for Diesel Generators Matter

Beginning in 1994, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set in place a tiered emissions standard for nonroad compression-ignition (diesel) engines. The standards went through four stages, called tiers, which tightened the standards for these diesel engines periodically until 2015. All stationary diesel engines currently produced (with some exceptions) must comply with final Tier 4 (T4F) regulations. […]

Buildings that Require Emergency Power

By law, tall buildings typically require emergency power from a backup generator.

People usually install backup generators in residential settings for convenience and peace of mind. For commercial and municipal settings, however, emergency power isn’t always optional. It’s required by law. Those laws and ordinances make having emergency power necessary because backup generators power essential services, which are lost when electricity from the grid isn’t available. Backup Generators […]