Have a Backup Plan: Electric Power Generation Solutions from NJPA

March 14, 2018

In a technology-dependent world, electricity is an essential piece in keeping our schools, communities, and organizations functioning smoothly. Make sure you're ready for anything with solutions in electric power generation on contract through National Joint Powers Alliance® (NJPA).

Following a nationwide competitive solicitation, NJPA is pleased to announce it awarded contracts to Caterpillar Inc., Cummins Inc., and Kohler Power Systems. Members can now purchase backup power generation solutions, equipment, and services through these awarded vendors.

"We're proud to offer our members top-quality power systems via these three industry-leading vendors," said Maureen Knight, NJPA contract administrator. "Through these contracts, members will find everything from small generators to large industrial generator sets for continuous, prime, emergency, and standby power to fit the unique needs of their city, county, water district, school, or campus."

Purchasing off an NJPA contract streamlines the procurement process for public entities, saving them time and money. Effective as of January 29, 2018, the contracts are available to all NJPA members throughout the US and Canada.




 Caterpillar Inc. 


 Cummins Inc.


 Kohler Power Systems



National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA) is a government agency committed to providing cooperative solutions assisting government, education, and nonprofit entities as they strive for efficient public service. 

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