A generator’s fuel consumption is largely dependent on the amount of electricity it produces in terms of kW. General Power offers a range of generators producing 120 kVA starting at 60kW and ending at 120kW. The average fuel consumption rate for a 60kW generator is 4.8 gallons per hour under full load while a 120 kW generator uses an average of 9.1 gallons of fuel per hour under full load. This means that after a full eight-hour day of work, a 60kW generator will have used a little over 38 gallons while a 120kW generator will have used 72.8 gallons of fuel in the same amount of time.
How much a 120kVA generator can power is dependent on how much voltage it produces. General Power offers a range of generators producing 120 kVA starting at 60kW and ending at 120kW. Generators rated to produce 60kW can successfully power the appliances of a large home or small business during a power outage while a 120kW generator can power as much as a large office or large industrial equipment.