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Smart Grid News announces 2014 winners

February 5, 2014

We have our winners in the Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014 competition. As is usually the case, there is a mix of familiar names and that may not be so familiar. Many thanks to all of the nominees and the readers who participated in the voting. And congratulations to our winners.

They companies are: Accenture, Comverge, Demansys Energy LLC, Leidos, N-Dimension Solutions, Metrycom, Open Access Technology International, Pulse Energy, Retroficiency, Sensus, Sentient Energy, Group Structure, Trilliant, Verdeeco.

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Metrycom delegation participates in Distributech

SAN ANTONIO, Texas, USA,  Jan 2012, Distributech – (www.distributech.com)

Metrycom’s delegation participated in Distributech 2012, which was help in San Atnonio, Texas and met distributors and system integrators (Sis) from the US and from around the world, who expressed their interest in Metrycom’s products and request to be informed as to the firm’s evolution and when its products are operationally deployed by electrical utilities.

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Bucharest, September 2011, International Conference on Condition Monitoring, Diagnosis and Maintenance (CMDM 2011):

Liron Frenkel, founder and CEO of Metrycom presented the results of the research carried out together with Alexander Levinzon, Dr.Daniel Kottick, and Dr. Roman Kuijnik of IEC Corporation on Online Wireless PD Monitoring System for Detection of Contamination over High Voltage Power Overhead Transmission Lines. (http://www.cmdm2011.org/)

Abstract:

Contaminated insulators in polluted areas may lead to flashovers and outages if they are not cleaned periodically. Resulting power sags and power interruptions can cause considerable loss of capital to the industry and penalties to electric utilities, as there are numerous industries that depend upon the availability of an uninterrupted power supply. This paper presents an online wireless PD sensing system for predicting flashovers over insulator strings of high voltage transmission lines using an online wireless sensor network, and provides preliminary results from tests, which are now conducted by IEC Corporation.