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GE Energy Management has released its Multilin Intelligent Line Monitoring System, an end-to-end overhead line monitoring solution.

According to GE, the new product enables utilities to maximize network throughput, reduce outage duration through accurate determination of fault location and optimize maintenance activities on assets when needed.

"With increasing demands on the distribution network and the emergence of distributed generation technologies and electric vehicles, increasing the information available in an economical manner is the key to enabling greater improvements in distribution reliability and efficiency," says Juan Macias, general manager of grid automation for GE Energy Management's digital energy business.





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