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Emission Permit Information – the quick and dirty

May 20th, 2016

Here is Liesl’s attempt to make a pretty complicated subject a little easier to understand.     WHO? Bay Area Air Quality Management Board=BAAQMD The Northern Sonoma County Air Pollution Control District (NSCAPCD) The NSCAPCD and BAAQMD are 2 of 35 California air districts established to regulate the emissions of air pollution from “stationary sources” that …

Survival Training

September 30th, 2015

Do you know how to start/stop your generator? Do you know how to reduce your load to make your fuel last longer in an emergency situation? Do you know how to refuel your unit? After the recent fires in California, we were once again reminded that customers might have to survive on their own. Roads …

Rick Ramsay chosen to be West Coast Representative for Kohler.

June 26th, 2015

We are very proud that Rick Ramsay, President of Leete Generators, has been chosen by Kohler to be a member of the newly formed Kohler Dealer Committee. This means Rick will be a key influence providing feedback directly to the Sales, Engineering and Marketing Departments at Kohler. Rick is the only West Coast representative to …

How Was Your Last Visit? Survey Results

February 25th, 2015

1/21/2015 Results: 100% Extremely Satisfied

DID YOU USE YOUR GENERATOR IN THE LAST STORM? (Feb. 2014)

February 25th, 2015

A sample of some of our results: “Oh Yeah! And thank heavens because we had a 12 hour outage.” Point Reyes Station Unit: Generac “Yes it worked seamlessly on Saturday and Sunday this weekend.” Mill Valley Unit: Kohler “Using it right now!” Winery site Unit: Onan “Yes for about 12 hours.” Sebastopol Unit: Generac “We …

“Did you have a power outage?” Our survey results…

December 15th, 2012

I e-mailed our customers with the question, “Did you have a power outage in the last three weeks and depend on your generator?” 41 customers responded “yes” and their generators worked well. Most outages were 6-8 hours long. More than a few customers were out of power for 40 hours. A gas station in Sebastopol …

Where will you get gas, $ and food?

November 15th, 2012

You are prepared for an emergency. You have a generator. Do you know what gas stations, ATM machines and grocery stores in your area have backup power? This is brilliant! http://miami.cbslocal.com/generator-equipped-facilities/ Florida requires gas stations to have backup generators. I want a generator finder map for the Bay Area. I have met with emergency preparedness teams, …

Welcome!

June 18th, 2012

Liesl Ramsay is one of the woman owners of Leete Generators (right).  Liesl will be posting relevant information regarding emergency planning, question and answers, and interesting articles regarding backup power.