Probewell Lab | White Paper | Analyzing Instrument Transformer Site for Revenue Loss Prevention

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Probewell Lab | Mariana Napoli | Sales Derector
Mariana Napoli | Sales Director | [email protected]

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Revenue protection is an important part for any business that operates over an extended period of time. When it comes to the commercial and indultrial (C&I) market, it is imperative to maintain peak performance installations at all times. Undetected problems in the C&I market can result in exponential revenue loss for every month that a problem goes unresolved.

The revenue loss equation is quite simple:

Energy consumption x Rate x Error % x Number of months = Revenue Lost

The potential risk for a customer installations range from simple wiring problems to defective installations, faulty equipment and even tampering.

As opposed to damage control, routine inspection or preventive maintenance has two positive impacts,

  • Allowing utilities to detect these issues before they ever impact their ROI
  • Providing the baseline to analyzing future test results.

Addressing quality concerns early in transformer-rated installation by means of preventive maintenance is a good approach to revenue protection.

Probewell Lab | White Paper | Analyzing Instrument Transformer Site for Revenue Loss Prevention
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Revenue protection is an important part for any business that operates over an extended period of time. When it comes to the commercial and indultrial (C&I) market, it is imperative to maintain peak performance installations at all times. Undetected problems in the C&I market can result in exponential revenue loss for every month that a problem goes unresolved.

The revenue loss equation is quite simple:

Energy consumption x Rate x Error % x Number of months = Revenue Lost

The potential risk for a customer installations range from simple wiring problems to defective installations, faulty equipment and even tampering.

As opposed to damage control, routine inspection or preventive maintenance has two positive impacts,

  • Allowing utilities to detect these issues before they ever impact their ROI
  • Providing the baseline to analyzing future test results.

Addressing quality concerns early in transformer-rated installation by means of preventive maintenance is a good approach to revenue protection.