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What is the most common fuel source that back-up generators typically use?

Natural gas
55%
Diesel
11%
Liquid propane
22%
Gasoline
7%
Not sure
3%
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Question: What is the most common fuel source that back-up generators typically use?
Top Answer (55% of 27 votes): Natural gas.

Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: You can usually have this plumbed to the generator from the line supplying your residence. Liquid Propane is a viable option if you don't have access to Natural Gas.
Brighten, Inc.
Answer: Liquid propane
Explanation: Most backup generators are either natural gas or liquid propane
LVC Electric inc
Answer: Diesel
Explanation: Self contained frame mount tanks provide enough fuel to maintain power to the particular setup.
ElectriTech, Inc.
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Answer: Liquid propane
Explanation: ALso Natural gas where availble
Roche Electric & Consulting
Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: either natural gas , gasoline diesel , propane
ELITE ELECTRIC SERVICES
Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: never has to be manually filled
My Electrician
ProMatcher
Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: Easy to conect
Advanced Electrical Solutions LLC
Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: Most homes in the northeast have natural gas, if not propane would be second
Advanced Electrical and Energy
Answer: Liquid propane
Explanation: Several of our generator install use liquid propane gas, because of the easy installation.
Pro-Precision Electrical Contacting LLC
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Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: All depends on the house and geographical location
Stuart Brown Electrician
Answer: Natural gas
Explanation: We also do all the plumbing for our generator hook up
Mohrmann Electric Co.Inc.
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