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Why silicone for HV insulators: Silicone compounds explained

Not all silicone is the same. It’s a chemistry thing. Silicone rubber is a mixture of many ingredients, and the actual silicone polymer base may be only about a third of it. Different materials are added for specific

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Why silicone for HV insulators: Silicone compounds explained

Posts: wildlife mitigation

Osprey Pose Unique Springtime Challenges for Electric Utilities

If you have ever driven along a river, the ocean, or a large lake and come across a massive,.

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Under the Covers: Investigating Animal Mitigation Covers and Infrared Thermography

Hubbell | Greenjacket Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received permission to distribute a.

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Tools in the Toolbox to Minimize Bird-Caused Outages

Birds have no doubt been interacting with power lines and substations since the latter first.

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Greenjacket Creates Custom Wildlife Mitigation Solution to Save Baby Owls

Although we are just starting out the new year and snow is covering the ground in much of the USA.

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Asset Management Planning for Wildlife Outage Mitigation Planning

What should utilities do in a situation where they are having an animal-caused outage issue and do.

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The Cost of Outages. How Much Damage Can an Animal Cause?

Animal-caused electric outages, like all other outages, can cause direct and consequential damage.

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The Impact of Animal-Caused Outages

The growing reliance on energy and the implications of its interruption in residential homes,.

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Protecting America’s Birds with Greenjacket

The Lemon Creek substation is a key site for AEL&P in supplying backup power and electrical.

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5 Ways Animals Cause Fires and How Wildlife Covers Can Help

Looking at recent data from California utilities, about one in ten ignition causes can be traced.

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