Pacific Power Group power generation division expands MTU onsite energy territory in Alaska

Source: Pacific Power Group

Pacific Power Group is now the distributor for MTU Onsite Energy in Alaska, Hawaii, northern Idaho, Washington and Oregon.

Pacific Power Group, a leading provider of on-site power generation system sales and service, announced today that it is now the exclusive MTU Onsite Energy distributor in Alaska. Pacific’s Power Generation division was awarded the territory exclusively due to its success as an MTU Onsite Energy distributor in the Western U.S. With more than 50 years of experience providing power generation sales and service solutions for a wide variety of applications, investment in high level technical and safety training for its technicians, and the superior support provided to customers throughout the life of their power systems, Pacific was the top choice for the territory.

Pacific Power Group is now the distributor for MTU Onsite Energy in Alaska, Hawaii, northern Idaho, Washington and Oregon. The company also offers extended service throughout the Western U.S. Previously, Pacific had shared the Alaskan territory with another distributor.

“Pacific Power Group is a longtime partner of MTU Onsite Energy and the distinction of exclusive distributor in Alaska reflects the success they’ve had in a very important region for our business,” said Al Prosser, director of sales at MTU Onsite Energy. “Alaska has some of the most remote regions in the United States making reliable backup power a necessity. MTU Onsite Energy’s advanced engineering coupled with the stellar service and local support offered by Pacific Power has been well-received and we look forward to continued success in the region.”

Alaskan power generation customers will benefit from the comprehensive MTU Onsite Energy product experience of its sales team and technicians, its expertise in service and maintenance for generators of all brands, and the extensive service capabilities that PPG offers. Currently PPG has a location in Anchorage, AK and has a team of mobile generator technicians available to travel throughout the state.

“Throughout 2016, our goal is to grow our reach in Alaska and better meet the power generation demands of the region,” said Travis Coffey, Pacific’s Director of Power Generation. “Our talented staff has the expertise to help customers throughout Alaska with their highly-specialized power generation needs and provide peace of mind with complete sales and service solutions.”

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