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Move Projects Forward with GE’s New Financing Program

Move Projects Forward with GE’s New Financing Program


Companies, organizations, municipalities and other commercial entities looking to upgrade or purchase new standby power systems now have another financing option available. GE Capital’s Equipment Finance business has teamed with Generac to provide loan and lease financing options for end-users who purchase commercial and industrial generators.

“We’ve built a relationship with GE Capital so that businesses and operators of critical infrastructure can more easily acquire standby power systems to protect themselves, their customers and their residents from the risks of a power outage,” said Kyle Raabe, Vice President of Industrial Sales Distribution at Generac

Engineers and contractors are encouraged to let customers know about this new option as it may allow them to more quickly move forward with projects. ” Financing can provide end-users with better cash management and greater financial flexibility over time,” said Jim Kelly, Managing Director of GE Capital Equipment Finance’s business development team.

The financing is available for purchases made through distributors as well as Generac’s authorized dealers.

GE Capital Equipment Finance is a long-time provider of financing for equipment manufacturers and their commercial customers. It maintains relationships with approximately 200,000 business customers through its network of dealers and distributors, and evaluates more than 1,000 financing applications daily.