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Obviously they lost because the generator isn't being used.. so I would think they lost the appeal..
Not saying they just "caved in".. but only option they would have is a lawsuit to get the ruling reversed if all other options failed..
I am only guessing here how far the owner of a multi million dollar project would take the issue..
They could try and sue and they would have lost, please check out NEC article 700 for sources of fuel for emergency generators. They don't have to accept natural gas gensets as they don't have 2 hours of on site fuel.
Remember, what you install are optional stand by generators, this is an emergency generator, the rules are different and strict.
Last edited by BBQ; 06-11-2012 at 08:39 PM.
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