How electrical testers may help utilities protect against energy theft

By Michelle Froese Editor’s note: This article comes from Megger, a designer and manufacturer of portable electrical test equipment. Read the company’s blog postings here.
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Energy theft is rarely discussed in detail. Testing equipment is typically used to detect faulty or old equipment so it can be fixed or upgraded within a company’s closed system. With energy theft, the testers help combat this criminal act while finding and fixing safety hazards – such as when someone has hacked into the electrical

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