An inverter generator works by inverting electricity. The generator operates by burning less fuel to produce cleaner and safer power. Differing from a conventional generator, an inverter generator uses more advanced and newer technologies than its counterpart, with the main difference between the two variants being how AC power is produced. An inverter generator can convert DC power to AC power with high frequency, eliminating power fluctuations and producing power that is less distorted in comparison to a conventional power set. When choosing between an inverter and a regular generator, it is worth considering usage, as well as power output and consumption needed. There are many benefits in choosing an inverter generator. As well as being more energy-efficient, due to the lower fuel requirements, inverter generators tend to be more compact, lighter and therefore portable. With operation much quieter and making less noise than your conventional generator, invertor generators also require less maintenance than a diesel alternative. With many pros, it is worth considering that compared to a standard generator, they do come at a higher cost, as well as being deemed more complicated than its counterpart.