Off-Grid Natural Gas for Power Generators
Are you responsible for a worksite or living in an off-grid community? Consider purchasing an off-grid natural gas power generator to meet your energy demands. Here’s a brief overview of how it works and the benefits it may bring to your project or house.
How Off-Grid Natural Gas Works
In an off-grid gas supply chain, your power generator’s fuel is delivered through a portable pipeline. Instead of building a conventional pipeline—which costs a significant amount of money to construct and maintain, and can adversely affect the surrounding environment—you’ll have a network of tankers and trailers to transport the gas to your location.
Check our FAQs to learn more about the equipment and processes involved in supplying your off-grid natural gas.
Why Have Off-Grid Gas-Powered Generators?
Off-grid power generators can serve as supplementary energy sources if something goes wrong with the main power system. For instance, if your site relies mainly on solar or wind-powered electricity, the power generator can provide power during cloudy or windless days or when these systems need routine maintenance or repairs.
Considerations When Using an Off-grid Power Generator
Some factors to consider when getting a natural gas-powered generator include:
An off-grid generator needs to be able to provide power for hundreds of hours before it needs servicing. This helps you stay cost-efficient as you can continue your operations with minimal disruptions.
As natural gas is a flammable fuel source, it’ll need a secure storage area to prevent leaks. Your supply chain provider should also have safety measures in place to ensure that the gas reaches your off-grid location without any issues.
Find Off-Grid Natural Gas Supply Solutions Here
Rawhide Leasing provides custom natural gas supply and transport solutions for clients in remote job sites and communities. If you wish to learn more about our services, call the team at (801) 406-6444 or send a message online.