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Generac’s Power Trip Experience heading to Western Canada Fall 2016

June 13, 2016 | By Renée Francoeur

Photo courtesy Generac.

June 13, 2016 – Generac Industrial Power’s Power Trip Experience is about to embark on its 14th tour through North America, rolling through Western Canada this fall. The interactive tour will give consulting specifying engineers, electrical contractors and facility managers an opportunity to view Generac’s portfolio of power products firsthand.

Highlighted by Bi-Fuel generators, natural gas technologies and transfer switches, this 53-ft fully interactive trailer will travel now through March 2017, making educational stops at Generac Industrial Power distributors throughout North America. Over the past 13 years, the trailer has traveled more than 1 million miles and welcomed more than 23,000 visitors.

Generac’s Modular Power Systems (MPS) will highlight this year’s Power Trip Experience tour with live demonstrations. MPS is an integrated approach to generator paralleling that is Generac says is cost competitive with large individual generators and traditional paralleling systems. It offers increased redundancy, flexibility and scalability advantages, the company adds.
From Sept. 26-30, 2016, the trailer will be in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and spend Oct. 3-7, 2016, in Edmonton, Alta. and Vancouver, B.C.

“This tour accommodates all of our important customers who are involved with emergency and standby backup power generation, providing each audience a unique experience,” said Rick Apple, vice president of commercial & industrial sales, Generac Power Systems. “The hands-on exposure will give all attendees a clear demonstration on how our products can work for them and their clients.”

Visit the Power Trip Experience to request a tour stop, view the tour schedule or learn more about the continued educational opportunities available from Generac distributors in your area.

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