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Director Technology, CTC Global

Director Technology, CTC Global Corporation. Co-Inventor of ACCC Conductor and ancillary hardware

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  • Aug 4, 2020

The amount of energy lost due to inefficient transmission and distribution equipment - and the impact this is having on the environment - is staggering. Please check out this informative article. Glad the ACCC Conductor technology is helping reduce transmission line losses by 30% or more, worldwide.

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Matt Chester on Aug 4, 2020

Don't know why more politicians aren't harnesses this obvious opportunity for economic stimulus spending, job creating, manufacturing demand creation, and greening of the grid. 

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Dave Bryant on Aug 5, 2020

Matt, I agree. Considering that high-performance ACCC Conductors can double the capacity of existing transmission lines to alleviate congestion (and reduce the cost of delivered power); allow the integration of more renewable energy; improve grid reliability and resilience; support economic development; accommodate load growth and a changing generation landscape; free-up generation capacity that is otherwise wasted; reduce operating and life-cycle costs; increase profitability; AND reduce GHG emissions, a lack of investment in modern transmission technologies is a wasted opportunity.

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