The Kindness Affirmation Glen Bertini, CEO, Novinium Novinium News August 2017 These pages have focused on safety. Over the last 19 months (January 2016 to today), there …
Over the past week plus, Hurricane Harvey has devastated coastal Texas, and especially the city of Houston. Until the water goes down, there’s no telling yet just how much is salvageable. For those affected, these are dark days, literally. Among the chaos, utilities and co-ops in Texas are doing all they can to turn the lights back on, and in turn, add back some normalcy in most uncertain times.Here are some of selected pics, snaps and stories from the past week. We hope they serve as steadfast reminders of the resilience, bravery, and selflessness lineman exhibit every day.
Water trees are the overwhelming cause of medium voltage cable failure. Cable rejuvenation specifically targets the chemistry of water trees and has been shown to recover the dielectric strength of cables riddled with water trees to like-new dielectric strength – about 40 kV/mm.
August 4, 2017: This week in utilities, we sat down to learn more about our recently hired Director of New Product Development, Branko Horvat.
Novinium does business with hundreds of firms. We have over 100 customers and over 40 key suppliers. Occasionally we have fired suppliers. Occasionally we have fired customers. Whether supplier or customer we choose not to do business with these entities because they fail to meet the four requirements to be a Novinium business partner. What’s good for the goose is also good for the gander, so we also demand that we treat each of our business partners (customers and supplier alike) with the same four principles.