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No need to imagine it any longer – Champion’s natural gas ready generator is a reliable source of power with the ultimate in fuel flexibility. When you’re not running your generator on natural gas, you also have the option of operating it on gasoline or propane.

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Natural Gas-Powered Standby Generators

Standby generators use one of two fuel sources: propane or natural gas. Natural gas units can keep running indefinitely, because their fuel will almost certainly outlast the outage. The limiting factor is oil.

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A widely used and efficient means of generating power is by using a natural gas generator. Natural gas can be used to power both emergency and portable generators and is regarded as being one of the most affordable and effective fuels among non-renewable resources for power generation.
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Running this 10,000W generator at full load (100%) consumes about 74.30 cubic feet of natural gas per hour. At the cost of $10.83 per 1000 cubic feet, this results in a $0.80 running cost per hour.

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Portable generators for camping (1)

Do not operate the generator in wet conditions such as rain or snow. The generator must be properly grounded. If the generator is not grounded, you run the risk of electrocution.
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