Public and private electrical distribution networks, from the power plants to the consumption points, are the lifeblood of all modern human activities.
They comprise a system of conductors (overhead lines, underground wiring, etc.), substations situated at hubs of the network, or a tree structure of conductors, protection panels, and control panels.
Decentralisation of production centres has led to the creation of smart networks or “smart grids”. These electrical networks use computing technology to adjust the flow of electricity between suppliers and consumers.
A failure affecting one of the links in the distribution chain can have significant tangible and intangible impacts on consumers.
Our loss adjusters have backgrounds in electrical engineering, and have worked in the field of electrical distribution before specialising in performing damage surveys.
They fully understand the consequences a power outage can have on business activities.