Greenlee joins NRECA
Greenlee has joined the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) as a Silver Level Associate Member.
Greenlee/ A Textron Company announced that Greenlee has joined the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) as a Silver Level Associate Member under the company's Greenlee Communications brand.
NRECA is the national service organization that represents the nation’s more than 900 private, not-for-profit, consumer-owned electric cooperatives, which provide service to 42 million people in 47 states. Greenlee joins its affiliates, Sherman + Reilly Inc. and HD Electric Company, as associate members of the organization.
“We are looking forward to the many opportunities that NRECA can offer the Greenlee Communications brand to increase our collaboration with rural electric cooperative utilities across the country," comments Ken Fridley, product manager for Greenlee Communications -branded products.
Fridley adds, “Greenlee’s Communications team offers several products, such as its DataScout multi-service network analyzer, fiber OTDR, fusion splicers, Sidekick Plus copper and DSL test set, and VDV tools that are appropriate for the all utility markets, including rural cooperatives.”
Greenlee, under its Greenlee Communications brand, develops Ethernet, Transport, C37.94, Fiber, DSL and Copper test solutions, tracing and locating equipment, and fiber/cable jet installation equipment. A broad product portfolio, coupled with solutions from Greenlee Utility, HD Electric and Sherman + Reilly, make the company a single source partner providing unmatched value to the utility market, it asserts.
“The Greenlee Communications brand of advanced Ethernet, Transport, and SCADA diagnostic solutions provides intuitive test results, enabling utilities to deliver reliable and seamless communications,” concludes Fridley. “Our suite of products and services are designed to ensure transmission, distribution and renewable energy grids are ready to meet the challenge of delivering high-quality, dependable power from a wide variety of sources.”
On its website, Greenlee is currently offering a free download of its recent webinar, Smart Testing for the Smart Grid.