Are you Busy Tomorrow? Evergreen Power, Moser Energy Join PERC to Discuss Commercial Power Generation in Upcoming Webinar
The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) is hosting a new webinar as part of its “Propane Presents Technology Series” that will discuss commercial power generation. The webinar, created in partnership with Evergreen Power and Moser Energy will take place at 1 p.m. CST on Thursday, April 29.
During the webinar, Chuck Justus, president at Evergreen Power, and Darrin Moorman, vice president of innovation and business development at Moser Energy, will discuss how using clean, safe energy sources, like propane, is changing the way people use mobile generators. From construction sites to hotels to events, their propane-powered towable units can bring power to crews wherever they need it — all without sacrificing environmental impact or a business’ bottom line.
“A growing number of manufacturers and end users are taking notice of propane’s well documented benefits, especially its portability and grid independence — which make it an ideal remote and prime power fuel,” said Matt McDonald, director of off-road business development at PERC. “These new propane-powered product offerings are helping businesses bring resilience and peace of mind to the next level.”
Webinar attendees can discover the key benefits of propane-powered generators — including low maintenance costs, ease of operation, portability, and reduced emissions — to determine if it’s a good fit for their power generation needs.
PERC’s “Propane Presents Technology Series” focuses on new and emerging propane technologies, education, and best practices to approach the ideal customer. Hosted and facilitated by PERC, in partnership with various OEMs, the series aims to showcase various propane products across multiple markets, answer questions directly from the industry and end users, and provide relevant resources and training information.
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