Deutsch: Nicht-Netz-Generator / Español: Generador No-Utilitario / Português: Gerador Não-Utilitário / Français: Générateur Non-Utilitaire / Italiano: Generatore Non-Utility /

Non-utility generator is a device that is connected to an electric utility system, that generates electricity specifically for those not owned by an electric utility.

Ref: 123974/2006-10-18


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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Generatoren

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