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Generac Buys British Manufacturer of Controls to Expand into Microgrids and Other Grid Applications

June 1, 2021
Headquartered in Hunmanby, United Kingdom, Deep Sea Electronics employs over 160 people across four continents and sells products to over 150 countries direct from their UK head office through a distributor network.

Generac Holdings Inc., Waukesha, WI, acquired Deep Sea Electronics Ltd., a manufacturer of controls for generators, automatic transfer switches, battery charging, and off-highway vehicles. “The technical and engineering expertise of the team at Deep Sea Electronics is second to none and will help us accelerate our product roadmap for the future,” said Aaron Jagdfeld, president and CEO, in the press release. “The high level of talent and bandwidth they bring are critical for Generac as we continue to participate in the ongoing evolution of the world’s electrical grid.”

The release said that the addition of Deep Sea “will enhance Generac’s focus on natural gas power generation and is expected to help drive entry into microgrid applications, a market the company believes will serve as a key component of the power grid of the future.”Generac Buys British Manufacturer of Controls to Expand into Microgrids and Other Grid Applications

Generac Holdings Inc., Waukesha, WI, acquired Deep Sea Electronics Ltd., a manufacturer of controls for generators, automatic transfer switches, battery charging, and off-highway vehicles. Headquartered in Hunmanby, United Kingdom, Deep Sea Electronics employs over 160 people across four continents and sells products to over 150 countries direct from their UK head office through a distributor network.

“The technical and engineering expertise of the team at Deep Sea Electronics is second to none and will help us accelerate our product roadmap for the future,” said Aaron Jagdfeld, president and CEO, in the press release. “The high level of talent and bandwidth they bring are critical for Generac as we continue to participate in the ongoing evolution of the world’s electrical grid.”

The release said that the addition of Deep Sea “will enhance Generac’s focus on natural gas power generation and is expected to help drive entry into microgrid applications, a market the company believes will serve as a key component of the power grid of the future.”

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