Utility Industry Stakeholders Vote Sentient Energy a Top “Smart Grid Company to Watch in 2014”
BURLINGAME, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sentient Energy, Inc., a leading provider of advanced distribution line monitoring systems and faulted circuit indicators (FCIs) for electric utilities, has announced that the readers of “Smart Grid News”, a major news and commentary portal serving the Electric Utility Industry, have named it one of “14 companies to watch in 2014.” Winners were selected by thousands of readers and industry stakeholders who cast their votes based on the strength of the nominees’ technology, strategic vision, and success in the marketplace.
“We are confident that 2014 will be a strong year for Sentient Energy, as we continue to announce major new partnerships and product deployments, both domestic and global.”
“We are extremely pleased that the impact of our Sentient MM3™ distribution line monitors and analytics has become widely recognized by the utility industry,” said Sentient Energy CEO, Michael Bauer. “We are confident that 2014 will be a strong year for Sentient Energy, as we continue to announce major new partnerships and product deployments, both domestic and global.”
Sentient Energy is a market leader in providing its monitor/faulted circuit indicators (FCI)s to utilities using mesh network data communications systems, including North America’s largest remote fault detection deployment that communicates over a network provided by Silver Spring Networks. Sentient Energy also offers MM3s integrated with Landis + Gyr, and Cisco Systems. Sentient MM3 - Cellular runs on both CDMA and GSM cellular communications networks.
About Sentient Energy, Inc.
Headquartered in Burlingame, CA, Sentient Energy offers the only substation-class, cost-effective line monitors and analytics that utilities can quickly deploy anywhere along the distribution grid, enabling them to find faults, cut costs and prevent hazards. Sentient leads the market with the largest mesh line sensor deployments, and partnerships with leading utility network providers like Silver Spring Networks, Landis + Gyr, and Cisco. For more information, visit www.sentient-energy.com.