Utility Transformers are one of the most important components of the transmission and distribution energy grid. Electrical Transformers enable the efficient transportation of electrical energy from a generation source, to the location where the energy is consumed. While transformers are conventional electric equipment based on physic concepts and materials developed decades ago, new electrical transformer designs, materials and especially new interactive technologies have modernized electrical transformers and improved the efficiency and extended the life of this critical T&D asset. This Electrical Transformer channel offers the latest information about electrical transformer design, protection, automation, testing and maintenance, which can be implemented today to make your utility as cost-effective and efficient as possible.
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