Here is a quick quiz to test members of your staff.   

See how many questions they can answer!
  1. What is the purpose of a generator's exciter?
  2. What are the three necessities for producing an AC current?
  3. What are the three necessities for combustion?
  4. 2-Stroke diesel engines are no longer manufactured. True or False?
  5. Why do most generators only have one bearing on the rotor shaft?
  6. What device is usually used to control the electrical frequency of a generator set?
  7. What generator set application would not rely on a solid-state battery charger to replenish battery charge?
  8. Emergency generator sets always need an automatic transfer switch. True or false?
  9. How much kW could be generated by a 1,500 bhp natural gas engine?
  10. What is the difference in application between an Emergency generator set Vs a Standby generator set?
Did they get them all right?
Not quite? 
Industry experts, all from EGSA member companies, will be covering these topics, and more, in detail, at the next George Rowley Basic School of On-Site Power Generation in Minneapolis, MN - October 22 - 24, 2018
To see how much knowledge can be gained from attending a Rowley School, download the 2018 Rowley Schools Brochure and registration form.

Employee Education is Key to Improved Performance
And remember, there are savings available if your company sends several people to the same school vs. sending them to separate schools.

Do you have 10 or more people that would benefit from more On-Site Power Generation knowledge? 
We can bring the school to you!
Contact Michael Pope at to discuss.

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