There is no assurance of accuracy in the information associated with many videos we have simply re-posted. For the most part the people who have posted these videos do not have electrical utility experience. But we thank them for capturing some remarkable events.
My system is on an 18 month trim cycle, trimming 4-6 feet of clearance on all primary conductors. We were directed by our City Commissioners to use a TGR, which we have been doing. My question is this. How do we get the maximum regulation from the product when it takes 18 months or so for the TGR to actually begin working and we trim the trees every 18 months.
XcelEnergyVideo wrote: A comprehensive description of Xcel Energy's innovative use of LiDAR, which provides multi-layered data that enables Xcel Energy to actively and efficiently mitigate threats created by the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic. Written by Jim Downie, this narrated PowerPoint shows the many ways this emerging technology is used for vegetation management around and near our transmission facilities located in forested areas.
A program that raises awareness and shares concepts about electrical hazards that threaten tree workers when they work in trees that are near power lines. Industry experts share their knowledge and concerns, and provide information that can help to save lives and create safer work environments.
This video was shot at around 12:30pm CST on April 4, 2011 after a severe weather event in Memphis, TN. This is on Poplar Pines Drive right off of Poplar Avenue. Right next to Papa Johns and TCBY between Massey and Kirby. Immediately following this video, the transformer blew and shot sparks everywhere while I was directly underneath it in my car. The fire went out as soon as the line lost power. Definitely not something you see everyday. This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
The high voltage power line was sparking all night, the lightning was attacking this palm tree whenever the wind blew it close enough. Sparks and flames danced across the palm fronds until it could stand no more.
Due to popular demand, Part 2 of "How not to cut down a Rotten Tree": A rotting tree was leaning badly against some other trees and we decided we better cut it down before it came down on its own. This is clearly not the way to solve the "rotten tree leaning into another tree" problem. But it worked. If anyone knows what we should have done please comment. Don't forget to watch part 1.
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