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Never Be Without Power

Commercial diesel generator power have been a staple within many industries. At CD Power we specialise in both diesel generators used for backup emergency power and projects off the grid. In addition with solar hybrid integrated applications to solve your power needs for industries  and remote off grid power locations Australia wide.

Solar Hybrid power systems offer the best of both worlds. Our Solar Hybrid technology use full integration of solar, battery storage and diesel generators. You get guaranteed power supply off the grid. And store your excess solar energy in a battery storage system for use when the sun isn’t shining. Moreover, you can switch over to the diesel generator when the battery reserve is down for uninterrupted power supply.

Diesel generators are built to provide significant amounts of power for a long time because of their efficient engine design and fuel consumption. Uniquely proven themselves to be reliable and efficient source of power in many settings.

With our large service team servicing metro and regional South Australia. We are committed to offering the complete solution from installation, service, repair, overhaul and decommissioning of major brands. Some brands include Deutz, Kubota, Kohler, Hatz, Caterpilla or Detroit.

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Who Invented The Diesel Engine?

Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) was a German engineer who understood engines, he is best known for the invention of the engine that bears his name. His invention came while the steam engine was the predominant power source for large industries.


A diesel generator, also commonly known as genset is the combination of a diesel engine with an electric generator (often an alternator) to generate electrical energy. This is a specific case of engine-generator.

Understanding the Basic Principle of Electric Power

We use electricity day in and day out; but have you wondered how electricity works? Essentially, the electric current flows along a conductor in the form of free electrons that move from one atom to the next.

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