Are you prepared for the next wildfire?
Regulations. New technology. Limited budgets. How do all these factor impact wildfire planning…and where do you go from here?
Where to start...
What's the best approach for me?
Every situation is different. Wildfire mitigation planning is not a single, off-the-shelf solution that fits every utility’s needs. In fact, it can be quite an overwhelming challenge to tackle. So where do you start? How do you begin assessing your wildfire mitigation risks and the potential solutions to address them?
Start here with an eGuide that provides a step-by-step approach to helping you define the path to your wildfire mitigation plan.
A complicated landscape
It will take collaboration to meet wildfire mitigation goals.
There is no doubt, we all agree: we need a plan to address wildfire risks. Who are the key players in making these decisions and what are their unique goals?
Check out this complicated landscape and learn how technology can be the common denominator.
The world’s fastest circuit breaker
It just takes a spark
Learn how Siemens’ ultra-fast fault clearing circuit breaker – the Fusesaver – can significantly reduce the risk of a spark from an electrical arc igniting a wildfire.
Want to learn more? Download the Fusesaver brochure.
Technology you can count on
Reduced maintenance Compact Modular Recloser
Many wildfires start in rural areas where it may be difficult to regularly monitor the health of the energy infrastructure. So in these environments, reliability is paramount.
Learn how Siemens has replaced the traditional, single-phase, hydraulic recloser, which requires regular inspection and maintenance, with its Compact Modular Recloser (CMR). The CMR:
- Requires less maintenance
- Utilizes line voltage for power
- Has wireless communications that enable in-service reconfiguration and access to event log and profiles.
Microgrid solutions keep the lights on
When extreme weather calls for a public safety shutoff…
For much of 2018 and 2019, fires raged in northern California. During one of the public safety shutoffs required to minimize risk of additional sparks, Blue Lake Rancheria leaned on their microgrid to keep their community – and surrounding communities – up and running and safe.
Download a white paper that explores how with robust microgrid and emergency power supplies, critical infrastructure can continue to serve thousands of people with life, health and safety services.