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Perfect, reliable power is always a goal, but there are inevitable challenges that can’t be avoided.  Especially when it comes to extreme weather—especially hurricanes, tornadoes, and blizzards—the question isn’t whether an outage will occur, but how quickly your system can recover from it.

The impacts of these “black-sky” days don’t stop once the storms have blown over. If restoration requires lengthy and widespread repairs, crews can quickly reach the brink of exhaustion from working around the clock. Local economies grind to a halt as businesses are unable to operate without power, and unrest grips communities left without everyday conveniences or, over time, access to necessities such as clean water.

With the prevalence of extreme weather on the rise, resilience is no longer an aspiration for tomorrow but a test of today. Is your system up to the challenge?

Storm Readiness Begins Here

Protecting your grid, your line crews, and your customers from approaching storms starts today. Here are some potential weak points in your resilience strategy and proven solutions to help you combat the worst of storm season.

Storm Resilience Starts Now


Faster Restoration

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Financial Savings

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Featured Solutions

S&C products feature advanced resilience that can self-heal your grid to mitigate avoidable work, minimize damage to your system, and quickly restore power to your customers. Our smart grid solutions can tell the difference between temporary and permanent faults, reroute power from alternate sources when an outage occurs, and automate decisions so your crews can focus on critical restoration work. They can even keep areas of the grid powered when the rest of it goes down.


Even in the most severe conditions, an advanced microgrid can “island” an area and keep customers’ lights on—even when the main grid can’t.

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TripSaver® II Cutout-Mounted Recloser

This smart grid solution only blinks effected laterals, eliminating momentary outages for customers on the main feeder and keeping more customers happy.

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IntelliRupter® PulseCloser® Fault Interrupter

Using 95% less energy to test for faults than conventional reclosers, this device reduces the stress to your system and uses smart technology to isolate faults.

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IntelliTeam® SG Automatic Restoration System

This software bundles devices into “teams,” which assess the situation around them and make decisions at the team level while using system-wide knowledge.

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Vista® Underground Distribution Switchgear & Vista® SD Underground Distribution Switchgear

With rapid fault restoration, this versatile solution saves you time, money, and space while enhancing resilience.

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S&C is just a phone call away 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide expert assistance to fulfill all your needs.

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Resilience in Action

Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) used a comprehensive strategy that resulted in dramatic increases in reliability, cost-savings, and customer satisfaction. With the help of S&C, FPL was able to advance resilience in a service area with a variety of unique challenges and restore power significantly faster after hurricanes.

Integrated Solutions Tackle the Nation's Toughest Conditions for Flordia Power and Light Company

Watch to learn more about how the first utility-scale microgrid in Canada and the first resilience hub in North America is providing a sense of safety and comfort to the residents of North Bay.

Case Studies

Canada’s First Utility-Scale Energy Storage System Islands Remote Town During Outages

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Municipal Utility’s Grid Improves by 50% With Self-Healing Technology

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S&C Improves Power Quality in Australia’s Outback

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The Distribution Grid Can Be the Energy Transition

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What Does Electrification Really Mean for the Grid?

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How to Make the Smart Grid Smarter

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State Energy Resilience Framework

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Toward a Resilient Distribution System

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Benefits of Increasing Grid Resilience to Weather Outages

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