Environmentally-Safe Generator Solutions
Engines-LPG, LLC dba Wildcat Power Gen is a family owned generator manufacturer founded in 2013 that specializes in 300HP and under AC and DC generators for residential, commercial and industrial/military applications. Using fuels such as natural gas, propane, gasoline, diesel, and even jet fuel, Wildcat Power Gen can customize a generator solution based on the application provided by a customer. No other generator company can offer our unique product line, engineering, sales support, and Made in the USA manufacturing quality.
The pure joy we receive from a satisfied customer makes all the late nights and effort totally worth it. We are grateful for every opportunity to serve.
"...let us leave the green in the trees and the blue in the skies for grandkids..."
If not us, then who?
The Application and Industry needs of tomorrow guide the decisions we make today. We do not just build, we create.
A global economy, with various geopolitical factors challenge all manufacturers in this decade. We are based in the USA with an eye for growth in all the appropriate markets.
We exist not to sell what has already been sold, but rather to dream, to innovate, to design, and to build a quality product.
After 15 years of generator experience, following the usual sales cycles of large events, hurricanes, and the oil and gas industry, our founder and president Matthew Roeser dreams of creating disruptive technologies in the backup power space. Teamed with his wife Monica Roeser, and her brothers Sammy Haggar and Bill Haggar, they combine forces to take a vision to reality.
Founder and president Matthew Roeser incorporates eNGines-LPG, LLC in Ohio. The company names draws from the NG (natural gas) and LPG (liquid petroleum gas aka propane) fuels used to power a concept motor designed to run in the harsh oil field environment on a full sprecturm of fuels ranging from LPG to Wellhead Gas to NG.
A an EPA application is filed and approved on a 6.8L V10 engine designed to run at wellhead sites on a spectrum of fuels ranging from LPG, Wellhead Gas, and NG. The engine is used by Clarke Power Gen in their mobile units (later named the Patriot).
As Clarke Power Gen exits the generator market to focus on fire pumps (of which they are currently an industry leader), they agree to sell the IP to Engines-LPG, LLC. Wildcat Power Gen is born.
After careful consideration and with the help of state and city relocation incentives, Engines-LPG LLC moves to Hutchinson, Kansas. The company acquires a 72,000 square foot former bread bakery building that sits on 2 acres of land, with the goal to repurpose the discounted property for generator manufacturing. By end of 2018, our first production contracts begin.
The Wildcat brand takes a life of its own, and the engineering team designs, tests, sells, and manufactures the models we currently sell today.
With the intention of raising investor funds for the inventory flooring necessary to fast track the North American dealer network, Engines-LPG has been approved by the SEC for a Reg CF crowdfunding campaign. Would you like to be a part of our growth in the massive generator market? Invest In Us!
Founding the company in 2013, and Matt grew the company to over $1M annual revenue in 3 years by offering tailored solutions to customers. Matt has been in the industry for 25 years, and is pioneering AC/DC power solutions for multiple industries.
As Co-Founder along with husband Matt, Monica has applied her love for entrepreneurship with her financial and tax accounting experience to help take companies to new heights. Her experience includes human resources, audit, and accounting.
Graduating business school with honors, Sammy is a seasoned executive with 25 years in business. With his connections in media buying, internet marketing, and retail branding, he has helped grow start-ups to multi-million dollar revenue.
David has 25 years of experience in Fortune 100 companies including Ingersoll-Rand and Doosan. 18 year of experience in engineering, manufacture, sourcing, and marketing diesel powered equipment including generators, light towers, and portable compressors.