Large home at sunset with Honeywell generator installed for backup power.

Press Release: Duthie Power Offers Honeywell Generators for Large Homes

[LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, October, 20, 2020]  Even the largest houses can be fully powered in a blackout by Duthie Power’s new offering: Honeywell generators for large homes in sizes from 16 kW—22 kW. “Previously we only offered smaller generators, just up to 14 kW,” explains Erik Duthie, General Manager of Duthie Power Services. “These are powerful enough for many small and medium […]

What’s the New Normal for Generator Maintenance?

What’s the New Normal for Generator Maintenance? There’s a new normal for everything these days, and generator maintenance is no exception.   Limited staff, irregular building access, and financial uncertainty have made generator maintenance a challenge for several of our customers. In some cases, a furloughed site engineer means that another staff member is now responsible for maintaining equipment that they never needed […]

Checklist: Is Your Standby Home Generator Ready For a Blackout?

Checklist: Is Your Standby Home Generator Ready For a Blackout? The current social distancing rules in California mean that reliable electricity matters more than ever. Remote work, family entertainment, and connection to the outside world now require reliable 24/7 home electricity.  Unfortunately, California’s electric infrastructure is not the most reliable; many Californians have experienced the increasing number and length of recent blackouts.  […]

Remote Work Days? Perfect for Less Expensive, More Convenient Generator Tests

Remote Work Days? Perfect for Less Expensive, More Convenient Generator Tests Right now, there’s a lot of empty business buildings in California.  This isn’t great news for anyone.  But someone at Duthie has found a small silver lining for businesses which, though their buildings remain empty, are able to conduct their major operations with remote teams.  According to Kyle Michael, Duthie’s head […]

When a Generator Company Loses Power

When a Generator Company Loses Power   On January 16th, 2019 California was experiencing one of the most cumulative rain storms in its recent history. The storm caused major flooding, traffic accidents and power outages all over the state. Of course with any natural disaster or extreme weather, preparedness can often soften the blow of any of these events. Contrary to the […]