Guaranteeing Essential Power Supplies
for Real Estate Infrastructure
in Everyday Life and Times of Crisis
Gas Engine Generator
In recent years, long-term power outages due to an increased frequency of unimaginably destructive natural disasters, combined with tight supply and demand caused by the increased need for electricity stemming from the computerization of everything, have made securing a stable power supply a top priority for people’s safety and security.
In particular, a stable power supply is essential for road signage, communication equipment, evacuation centers, medical institutions, offices, laboratories, nursing homes, welfare facilities, and other places where the loss of power for a long period of time during a disaster would be fatal.
Furthermore, a variety of requirements are necessary for emergency generators to be effective, such as being able to “install the generator on rooftops that will not be submerged in water (since about 70% of natural disasters are caused by water),” “use of fuel obtainable even in times of disaster,” “having a low noise profile,” and being “environmentally friendly.”
In particular, we wanted to respond to the voices of those who experienced the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, as well as many other disasters.
RayPower has developed and manufactured an environmentally friendly 3kVA LP gas engine generator to replace conventional light oil and has begun selling it to many customers.
<Characteristics of the RayPower Generator>
• High efficiency, low fuel consumption, and longevity
• Automatic startup
• Lightweight, compact, and ultra-low noise, and it can be installed on rooftops or balconies
• Uses LP gas as fuel, which is easily obtainable even in the event of a disaster
• Unlike light oil from diesel engine generators, LP gas does not deteriorate over time
• Among fossil fuels, this generator’s emissions of CO2, SOx, PM (tin) and other emissions are minimal and environmentally friendly.
In addition, we are also preparing to provide 50kVA LP gas engine generators both as an emergency power source in factories and on farms, both of which rely on stable energy, and as a regular generator for peak cuts to reduce power costs.