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On-Site Power Schools
EGSA’s education programs are designed
to help the On-Site Power professional
stay abreast of today’s fast-changing technology. EGSA hosts Basic and Advanced
Schools throughout the United States
that outline the technical aspects of On-Site Power systems.
Thanks to our Continuing Education
Unit (CEU) program, those who attend
the On-Site Power School have a way to
demonstrate what they learned. CEUs
are awarded after you attend our school
and pass a test. Applicants complete the
test at their convenience and mail it to
EGSA within 30 days for grading. “
Learning Outcomes” for each module of the
school are available to give applicants
specific information about what they are
expected to learn.
The EGSA Electrical Generator Systems
Technician Certification Program employs
rigorous testing to identify generator
technicians who have attained sufficient
levels of skill, knowledge, and expertise
to demonstrate proficiency in various
aspects of generator set and On-Site
Power generation systems maintenance
and repair. Technicians who pass the test
can proudly use the title “EGSA Certified Electrical Generator Systems Technician,” confident that they possess the
critical knowledge and skills to succeed
in their jobs.
Industry Trade Shows
EGSA-sponsored trade shows and conferences—including the EGSA On-Site
Power Pavilion within POWER-GEN International—provide members and others the opportunity to exhibit and demonstrate their products and services to a
growing international audience interested
in all aspects of On-Site Power.
EGSA’s Annual Spring Convention and
Annual Fall Conference gather hundreds
of representatives of member firms together to make contacts, share ideas and
experiences, and learn more about the
technical aspects and marketing of On-Site Power products.
The Association provides statistical information related to On-Site Power, including a Quarterly Generator Shipment
Report detailing international shipments of
generators by participating North American manufacturers.
EGSA’s unique On-site Power genera-
tion: a Reference Book presents the most
comprehensive collection of topics re-
lated to On-Site Power under one cover
anywhere. Widely acclaimed, this text is
considered by many to be the “bible” of
the On-Site Power industry. EGSA also
distributes the annual egsa Membership
Directory and Buying guide—with detailed
information on member firms and their
products and services—to 30,000 indus-
try professionals and commercial librar-
Through our magazine Powerline, EGSA
keeps On-Site Power industry professionals informed on virtually every aspect
of On-Site Power from emerging trends
to product innovation and marketing.
EGSA is an international trade association whose members and interests span
the globe. We are the world’s largest
association dedicated to serving the interests and needs of the On-Site Power
industry. EGSA was founded in 1965 by a
half-dozen firms located in the midwestern United States. Today, the Association has over 700 member firms. These
manufacturers, manufacturer’s representatives, distributor/dealers, contractors/integrators, energy management
companies, engineers, end-users, service
companies and others all have an active
interest in On-Site Power generation.
EGSA provides a wide range of services
to meet the needs of its members and
to benefit the On-Site Power industry
as a whole.
To learn more about EGSA, visit us on
the web at www.egsa.org or call our
International Headquarters at 561-750-
Electrical Generating Systems Association
1650 South Dixie Highway, Suite 400
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Email us at email@example.com or visit us on the web at www.egsa.org