Monthly Archives: January 2018

NEWS: CBM to Represent TransGard in Four States

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MOVE SIGNALS CONTINUED GROWTH FOR ANIMAL-DETERRENT SUBSTATION FENCING (YORK, Pa.) — TransGard, which has installed proven animal-prevention fencing at more than 3,000 substations in North America, announced today it has reached an agreement with CBM Utility Group, a leading manufacturers’ representative serving the electric power industry. CBM will offer TransGard’s […]

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E-NEWS: TransGard’s Stealthy Advantages … Revealed


Four Hidden Advantages Every Substation Operator Should Know TransGard fences now protect more than 3,000 substations. Simply put, it works in the field. (Just ask our customers.) But TransGard also offers significant — and often overlooked — advantages over other deterrents: FAST INSTALLATION    If a substation experiences a series of animal […]

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NEWS: First Animal-Caused Outages of 2018 Reported

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Well, that didn’t take long. The first animal-caused power outage of the new year was reported on January 3, when a squirrel was blamed for shutting down the campus of San Jose State University. In the days that followed, climbing animals caused outages in substations as far apart as rural […]

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