Originally, the government was searching for a 4-Megawatt generator set. Per Wheeler’s proficiency, it was shown to the governmental engineer that a 2.5 Megawatt would meet the need. This resulted in significant cost savings for the hospital, and it deepened Wheeler’s relationship with the government per our honesty and increasing their received value. The gen set is now up and running at the VA Hospital, and it’s receiving maintenance checks every 250 hours. Ongoing maintenance helps to keep costs down, and the unit is expected to last 30 to 40 years while running more than 270,000 hours.