ABB Transformer Intelligence Enables North American Utilities to Boost Efficiency and Cut Costs

DALLAS, TX --- Innovative "smart today, smarter tomorrow" solution helps power companies overcome the challenge of aging infrastructure while ensuring the flexibility and scalability required to meet future requirements.

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, is pleased to report that its Transformer Intelligence® solution is steadily gaining ground in the North American market, where many customers in the industrial, power generation, transmission and sub-transmission segments are realizing the benefits of upgrading to a modern transformer solution with built-in intelligence.

Officially launched last year at the company's US Automation and Power World event in Houston, Texas, Transformer Intelligence® is a solution-based approach to extracting relevant data from transformers and interpreting that data to enable smarter decision making that optimizes performance, improves safety and lowers costs.

Under the banner "Smart today - Smarter tomorrow," the new Transformer Intelligence® campaign aims to raise awareness among transformer owners of the importance of making well informed decisions on their transformers over the full operational life cycle.

ABB offers a complete range of power and distribution transformers designed for reliability, durability and efficiency. ABB is a major transformer manufacturer throughout the world and offers both liquid filled and dry-type transformers as well as services for complete lifecycle support, including replacement parts and components. ABB ( ) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility, industry, and transport and infrastructure customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in roughly 100 countries and employs about 140,000 people.

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CONTACT: Director of Sales and Marketing, US, ABB Inc., Power Grids, Transformer Services, Graham H. Stallings, Tel: +1(336)601-2259, [email protected]


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