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Bay City Electric Works Acquires Central California Generator

From Left to Right. Rod Lee (President & COO – Bay City Electric Works), Drew Stiltz (Level 1 Technician – CCG), Angelica Ceja (Partner – CCG), Breck Davis (Partner – CCG) Mike Wolfe (Vice President Operations – Bay City Electric Works)

POWAY, CA – Bay City Electric Works, a long time proven provider of critical power solutions to the state of California, has acquired Central California Generator, LLC., a Kohler Industrial & Residential Dealer and generator service provider in the central California area.

"Acquiring Central California Generator will provide the foundation to build our Service, Parts, and Rental business in the Central Valley," said Rod Lee, President & COO of Bay City Electric Works, “and will support the growth of our flourishing Industrial and Residential Sales business in Northern California.”

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Nationwide Generator Service

Ultimate Service Associates is a management services provider solely focused on maintaining networks of generator systems.

Our Single Source Service Management Program frees up our client’s valuable resources and time, placing generator service in the hands of a team completely focused on generator service across the United States, and creating greater efficiencies with lower costs.

In a Changing World - Can You Afford to be Left in the Dark?

Electricity is critical to everything we do in our lives. From lighting our homes and businesses to charging our electric vehicles. It’s something we’ve come to take for granted as reliable and affordable.

However, with utilities embracing preemptive power shutdowns and time of use billing rates, the price of electricity is increasing while reliability is decreasing—putting you at risk of being without power when you need it most.

Now is the time to take back control. And you can with an easy to own backup power solution from KOHLER® and OutBack Power™.

Bay City Electric Works, a premier distributor of KOHLER emergency generator systems, and OutBack Power, a leader in solar and battery technology, have partnered to offer purpose-built solutions for energy savings and backup power.

Our integrated systems protect you during a power outage while also allowing you to control your energy use and cost when the grid is up

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Free Webinar: "Paralleling Generators for Redundancy and Capacity" - Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 at 11am PDT

Kohler Power Systems is pleased to announce that we are sponsoring a 60-minute webinar through Mission Critical titled “Paralleling Generators for Redundancy and Capacity” on Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 at 11am PDT.

Webinar Overview -

The installation of generators is the most common solution for backup power. While the modern generator is highly reliable, the use of multiple generators for critical applications offers the ability to provide redundancy to allow for maintenance or failure. Moreover, paralleling systems provide the capability to increase total capacity while also ensuring uninterrupted backup power protection during maintenance or the failure of a single generator.

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Balancing Loads on Three-Phase Generator Systems

Generator systems, whether to a standby or prime power application are generally configured to supply single and three phase electrical output. While most generator systems below 15 kW are single-phase, a high percentage of those supplied above 15 kW are configured to provide three-phase electrical power output. Even though the power output is three-phase it does not mean all the connected load is three-phase, in fact, in most facilities a high percentage of the connected load is single-phase. The following information will cover the importance of balancing the loads connected to a three-phase generator system and issues that can occur if the connected load is not balanced across all phases.

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