HOUSTON – Cummins Inc. partnered with A&A Genpro Inc., a Houston-based provider of premier generator services, to give back to the community by gifting a home standby generator to a local resident. A&A Genpro Inc. installed a Cummins home standby generator free of charge at the family home of Houston native and 102-year-old World War II Veteran Ray Robinson.
“Our mission is to make people’s lives better by powering a more prosperous world, and Cummins is committed to utilizing our skills and resources to improve the lives of those in communities across the globe, said Karla Haack, vice president of Power Generation Consumer Sales at Cummins. “Through our partnership with A&A Genpro, we’re honored to play a role in providing the Robinson family with the peace of mind, comfort and safety of knowing they have a reliable backup power source.”
Cummins QuietConnect home standby generators are fueled by natural gas or propane to keep appliances, air conditioning, lighting, electronics, and medical devices running smoothly when utility company power goes out. Due to the weather conditions that often occur in Texas, including extreme heat and hurricanes, it’s beneficial to have a home standby generator.