More than a HUNDRED lives lost
MILLIONS of acres burned
TENS OF THOUSANDS of structures damaged or destroyed
Losses in the TENS OF BILLIONS
AND THAT'S JUST TO WILDFIRE
CLIMATE CHANGE HAS CREATED NEW CHALLENGES FOR AGING ELECTRIC UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE.
Losses of human life, real and personal property, natural environment and infrastructure have multiplied exponentially in the last decade due to a dramatic increase in the number and severity of wildfires, tornadoes, hurricanes and other major wind events.
Many of the most devastating impacts have been the result of compromised electric assets, which can take on a destructive life of their own, particularly in remote and hard-to-reach areas with little to no cellular connectivity and significant accessibility limitations.
OUR BEST CHANCE
The best chance at limiting damages and reducing losses in this evolving climate landscape is through a focus on strategic maintenance – based on actionable data received via a simple user interface.