Torino Power’s Connecticut installation delayed
TORINO POWER Solutions Inc.’s installation in Connecticut has been delayed due inability to de-energize the target line in a timely manner. The company is actively working with the client to select a different time and or location for piloting Torino’s power line monitoring (PLM) sensor technology. The utility is based in New England and controls several regulated subsidiaries offering retail electricity and natural gas service to more than three million customers.
The company also updates that its developing relationship with U.K.-based engineering firm with existing business and projects in the Iraqi market has been progressing well. The company has been informed that one of the country’s large interior transmission departments has shown good interest and is now seeking approval for a potential PLM installation. Torino was approached regarding its PLM temperature sensors earlier this year and the U.K. engineering firm has introduced the PLM to three transmission operators in various regions of Iraq.
About Torino Power Solutions Inc.
Torino’s real-time power line monitoring system for electrical power transmission and distribution (T&D) grids is seen as a critical component for the digital transformation of the electrician grid. T&D infrastructure is in urgent need of expansion and upgrading due to increasing population, growing loads (due to renewable energy sources like wind and solar) and aging equipment. Utilities globally are investing in new technology to improve grid performance and reduce cost for their customers. Torino’s patented microwave cavity sensor technology delivers real-time measurements t hat allow for closed-loop dynamic line rating leading to increased transmission capacity, improved grid resiliency, lower energy costs and bottleneck elimination.
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