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Portable generators with natural gas fuel
If you want a generator that is fuel efficient then you better choose natural gas generators.
Portable gas generators from the name itself are generators that you can bring anywhere which are fueled by different kinds of gas. It has been noted that natural gas generators that are powered by natural gas are noiseless but are efficient at work. Natural gas generators emit lesser fumes in comparison to the one fueled by gasoline and it also eliminates a foul odor unlike gasoline-fueled generators.
There are many kinds and models of generators that are fueled by natural gas. Usually, smaller sizes are portable ones which can have a smaller capacity but it is very convenient when you want to transfer it in different places.
Natural Gas vs Propane Generators
A key question for many home owners considering a backup generator is between natural gas and liquid propane. Reasonably for homes already using propane, a propane backup generator is probably the best option. And for homes with natural gas, a natural gas generator is best.
Another difference is the price of both. Natural gas is cheaper than propane and many pipes are already installed into residential areas. This allows using a home's natural gas line for fuel for standby generators. For homes without propane, a bigger fuel tank or larger propane cylinders would be required for more efficient, longer running backup power.
Natural gas definitely has the advantage for most electrical power generation except in remote areas where gas lines are not accessible.
In remote areas like cabins and farms, propane definitely is more favored as huge tanks can be used to store liquid propane for generator use.

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What is the difference between running watts and starting watts?
Running watts are the continuous watts your generator produces to keep items running. Starting Watts are extra watts required for two to three seconds to start motor-driven equipment like a refrigerator or circular saw. It is very important to take into account that when selecting a generator size the starting currents of the loads must be considered and allowed for. Motors can take up to six times their full load running current while starting and, if not factored into the generator size, will stall the generator.
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