Hi, I'm trying to figure which is more fuel efficient, turbine vs stroke generators. This honda stroke engine generator does 1000w for 3.8 hrs with 0.6 gallons of fuel or 2.3 liters, so the power per liter of fuel is 1,300 kW. http://powerequipment.honda.com/generators/models/eu1000i Then I found this turbine generator that claims to generate 1.2 kW while consuming about 0.8 liters of fuel. http://static.bladonjets.com/documents/41-2395-bladon-12kw-micro-turbine-genset-dec-2014.pdf So, the power per liter is 1,200 kW / 0.8 = 1,500 kW per liter. Mind that the cost of fuel is even cheaper with the turbine, considering that the turbine generator can run on kerosene, I'm not sure about the Honda generator, for the sake of comparison, let's assume both are running on petrol. So, the question, are turbine generators more fuel efficient? If so why are they not popular For home use? Cost? Are there any other small turbine generators out there for comparison? I appreciate your response.