Transformers: Age of Breakdown?

Transformers: Age of Breakdown? tackles the infrequent, yet severe, consequences posed by transformer downtime.

Drawing from GCube’s extensive claims database, the report categorizes all known causes of transformer failure, assesses the factors influencing cost of claims, and proposes best practice monitoring approaches.

The report includes:

  • An analysis of the major types of transformer incidents
  • An explanation of transformer claims cost variability
  • Interviews with industry experts including AES, CSL Global, and RELA.


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