Cresatech are contributing at CEATI’s Stations, P&C and Hydro conference in Tucson this week.
Kentucky Power (an AEP company) says Copper theft often results in power surges that can damage equipment in homes and businesses and cause power outages.
For utility companies, the safe operation of electricity distribution infrastructure is paramount, and the theft of copper jeopardizes the safety of employees
Insurance claims for metal theft continue to fall, but the problem is far from over for electric cooperatives and others, a new report shows.
Cresatech presented an introduction to the patented Cresatech CuTS® solution which monitors remotely all grounding infrastructure and alerts in real-time
Cresatech today announces it is working with Kansas City Power and Light (KCPL) to monitor substations in real-time to address the safety issues associated with copper theft.
Copper theft continues to be a problem around the area and across Alberta. Infrastructure authorities are urging residents to call police if they spot something suspicious near electrical substations
Columbus, Neb. – The price of copper has been inching up slightly in 2017, and so have copper thefts. Copper theft, done specifically to pick up a small amount of cash quickly, is especially harmful because of the safety risks it creates when taken from electric utility property, such as substations and power poles.
Vandalism and copper theft continue at High Voltage Substations despite strong warnings.
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