TransGard in the fieldCases from across the U.S.
Power providers in every region of the United States protect their assets with TransGard. In substations large and small, rural and urban, in every climate, TransGard fences have earned a reputation for cost-effective deterrence of animal outages. Learn more about our customer experiences in these in-depth case studies.
Case Study: WFECWestern Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC), a generation and transmission cooperative with more than 400 substations in Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas and Kansas, had been plagued for decades by repeated substation outages caused by the incursion of bull snakes. Some... read more
Case Study: Duke EnergyDuke Energy supplies and delivers energy to approximately 4 million customers via 1,400 distribution stations across five states, making it one of the largest electric power companies in the nation. According to Jim Wilson, Reliability and Integrity Planning... read more
Case Study: Rochester Gas & ElectricNew York State’s Rochester Gas & Electric (RG&E) operates some 165 substations and provides electricity to 362,000 residents and businesses across six counties in upstate New York. In the early 1980s, RG&E began searching for ways to address a... read more
Case Study: Mishawaka UtilitiesMishawaka Utilities electric distribution system is the second largest municipal utility in the state of Indiana, providing service to a population of 46,557. The utility operates 11 substations located at strategic points throughout the city of Mishawaka and... read more
Case Study: AmerenAmeren is the largest electric utility in Missouri and the second largest electric utility in Illinois, servicing approximately 2.4 million customers across both states. The company maintains 2,400 substations, 1,400 of which are in Illinois. According to Steve... read more