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As the US notably experienced in 2017, 2018, and is now seeing unfold in 2019, grid asset failures can lead to devastating fires, billions of dollars in damage, personal injury, and loss of life. Alarmingly, this type of catastrophic risk and costly impact is just getting started within our power grids. Electricity operators require new technology to ensure safe and reliable service.

Recent focus has been on expanding ‘green efforts’, lowering electricity bills, contemplating battery storage, and reducing Greenhouse Gas emissions. In turn, we have witnessed an accelerated adoption of Rooftop Solar and Electric Vehicles.

Simultaneously, we have rapidly expanding legalized marijuana growth and increasing power theft (e.g., US = $6 to $9 Billion / YEAR).

Who cares? Everyone!

Outages, Blackouts, Fires & Wildfires are Increasing!

Every grid-edge “advancement” and ongoing power theft instance is presenting substantial unplanned loading burdens on now undersized, aged, failing transformers.


The compounding result is increasing power outages, increasing costs, and increasing risk of catastrophic damage.


Time-proven intra-grid sensors provide the necessary solution to this accelerating grid-edge induced transformer overloading reality.


Smart metering is unable to remedy this problem. Algorithms are unable to solve this problem. New ‘smart transformers’ are unable to resolve this problem.


Most intra-grid sensors can be cost-effectively retrofitted onto existing transformers in under 10 minutes, with NO power outage required. Creating the Advanced Transformer Infrastructure solution… delivering the first-ever ‘Hands-Free’ Grid Management platform.


Intra-grid sensors create ‘instant smart transformers’ providing electricity operators with critical intra-grid data, and automated alerts. Reliable, unique, timely, accurate, granular DATA!


GRID20/20 Advanced Transformer Infrastructure Solution maximizes Grid Reliability, facilitates safe DER and EV adoption, while reducing the risk and liability associated with increasing asset failures.

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