Iveco Motors of North America, based in Carol Stream, Ill., is a unit of Fiat Powertrain Technologies and entered the market in January 2004 with one distributor.
When electricity supply is short, reducing electric usage and utilizing distributed generation on short notice is a solution that is gaining more and more market acceptance.
In today’s power intensive and power sensitive world, interruptions - even when few, far between and minor - can be devastating.
Energy storage has long been recognized as a highly desirable and valuable component of electric power systems, whether for utility-scale or small to large distributed generation (DG) systems.
For owners and operators of stationary diesel engines, exhaust-stream diesel particulate matter (DPM) has become a growing concern.
The first in a new family of diesel generator sets that Caterpillar terms the biggest new product launch from its engine division in more than 20 years, has been unveiled in its 3 MW, 16-cylinder diesel generator set configuration.
Distributed generation technologies can sometimes dramatically enhance the economics and reliability of grid power systems.
A 250 kW fuel cell power plant has been chosen to improve power availability at a U.S. training center, where it will help meet security requirements and cope with fluctuating power needs that can triple from one season to the next.
Chip Bottone, president of Ingersoll-Rand’s Energy Systems Division, thinks microturbine technology has turned the corner and that popularity of the compact, packaged energy systems - comprised of a gas turbine engine, a recuperator and a generator - will steadily increase over the next few years.
Caterpillar has introduced the first line of diesel-fueled generator sets in North America with EPA Tier 2 certification.