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Digital Twins and Remote Monitoring Address Changes in the Energy Industry—Quickly

Power producers today need to address multiple changes to the energy industry that are coming fast and furious. Among these changes are diversification of fleets, new power generating profiles, and…


LineVision Partners with Northern Ireland Power Utility to Install its Advanced Sensors on 33kV Overhead Lines
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Project will utilize real-time and forecasted dynamic line ratings to help unlock capacity for increased renewable energy integration November 4, 2021, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK - Massachusetts-based LineVision, Inc. has…


How to Get Up to 40% More Capacity from Existing Power Grid Transmission Lines
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Experts claim power grid infrastructure needs to be upgraded to accommodate the vast amount of renewable energy expected to be added to the system in coming decades. That could require…


LineVision Partners with Marubeni Corporation to Integrate Power Line Monitoring Solutions onto Japanese Electric Grid

LineVision’s non-contact sensors will monitor power lines from the Mibugawa Hydro plant in Ina City, Nagano Boston, MA (October 6, 2021) – Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni) and LineVision, Inc. (LineVision) announced…


Mechanical Seals and Bearing Isolator Solutions for Tidal Energy Equipment Protection

As clean power technologies become more mainstream, offshore and river-based energy generating systems are beginning to come into their own in terms of proven performance. While the sea and rivers…