• DanJerome avatar DanJerome Posted: 11/11/2012 3:07am PST

    I also believe that gas stations should have their own backup generators and have the gas companies pay for it. The price of a generator is only a very small fraction of the money they earn. Solar panels on stations may work too.

  • fastdriver avatar fastdriver Posted: 11/10/2012 3:32pm PST

    I believe that gas stations SHOULD have backup generators AND that they should be paid for by the oil companies! We have been screwed by the oil companies for decades. Now, it's time for some payback! They can use the government subsidies that they get to install these generators!

  • fb_510731094 avatar Thomas Posted: 11/9/2012 2:24pm PST

    m suprised they havent tried Solar power for the pumps. i mean all that space on top of them Flat Tall roofs on most Stations and no Solar Panels?

  • fb_1357132937 avatar Darren Posted: 11/9/2012 10:11am PST

    Electricity Restoration will not help as most pumps have semiconductor computer controls that are now useless too.Water proof controllers needed. Perhaps a quick connect location for backup generator and a PLAN by FEMA to have generators ready ahead of time in close location. WATER--FOOD--FUEL

  • fb_1799141900 avatar Tom Posted: 11/9/2012 8:50am PST

    After this fiasco I really hope New Jersey does mandate backup generators for all new gas station licenses. For under $10,000, which is a very small cost when opening a new gas station, the whole station and even the convenience store there can have a natural gas backup generator. There is simply no valid reason not to require it on all new stations from now on.