Generator installations rise in N.J. communities due to superstorm Sandy

10/29/2013 | Record (Hackensack, N.J.), The

Generator installations in New Jersey communities have climbed as many remember the devastating effects of Superstorm Sandy, according to this article. Teanek, N.J., issued 221 permits for standby generators in the year following the storm, compared with 73 in the year prior. Standby units are more costly but offer more reliability than portable generators because they rely on piped-in natural gas while portable models require gasoline, this article says.

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