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The majority of power generated in the United States historically has been, and continues to be, generated by large-scale, centrally located generation facilities. With recent advancements in, and the lower cost of, alternative generation technology, however, an increasing number of end-users (e.g., businesses, manufacturers, governments, schools and non-profits) are moving away from the traditional model of power generation and are, instead, looking to meet or supplement their power needs through the use of smaller, on-site distributed generation facilities.

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