This change was brought about during this year’s rapid expansion across the United States following the EPS and NASS merger in April 2021, including the acquisitions of HART High Voltage out of City of Yuba, California, and Krause Power Engineering of Chippewa Falls, WI. The family of companies also includes NOMOS Systems on Quebec City, Canada, Transformer Lifecycle Services (TLS) on Yuma, Tennessee, and EPS technology (EPST) on Durham, CT.
The creation of Voltyx is in response to the changing landscape of the energy industry in which the market is pushing towards more full service solution providers. In an interview, Daniel Niccum, President, commented: “Our customers are strained by the complex needs of supporting an aging network with increasing demand based on broader electrification trends, while making the transition to power systems. modern renewable production. They face increasingly unique challenges while facing shortages of the talented workforce to meet these challenges internally. The creation of Voltyx is our statement that “we hear you – and our family of brands have the people, knowledge and portfolio of services to partner with you through any challenges you face. “
Looking ahead for clients meant renaming the family of companies to share this forward-looking focus, while showing a united commitment to the highest standards in the industry, led by a focused management team committed to provide innovative advice and expertise. CEO Steve reed explains, “Our companies have served the electrical grid for over 40 years and we are now at the forefront of a unique opportunity to modernize, monitor, manage and maintain electrical infrastructure needs. Our reputation for safety, innovation and service is built on a well-tapped base of resources and skills, which enables us to restore reliability to our customers. Now is the time to make the best of ourselves for the future. ‘
About power supply systems
EPS offers over 40 years of industry experience, service across the United States, 24 hour customer service, and technical expertise in field testing, engineering, troubleshooting of electrical systems. and maintenance of equipment up to 765 kV for utility, industrial and commercial customers. They are committed to providing a culture of safety and technical expertise as a means of “setting the standard of excellence in the electricity industry”. Their subsidiary Electric Power Systems International Inc (EPSII) is a full member of the International Electrical Testing Association (NETA).
North American Substation Services (NASS) is a nationally recognized supplier of transformer and substation appliance installation, service and repair. The management and highly qualified field staff have received specialized training and are among the most experienced in the industry. NASS provides quality service and solutions that optimize the reliability of transformers and other substation equipment. They are recognized as a trusted resource in the substation field with established long term relationships based on integrity, professionalism and value.
About EPS technology
EPS Technology is an independent NETA-certified electrical engineering and testing organization specializing in engineering design, commissioning, start-up and maintenance testing for utilities, industry, transit, data centers and commercial facilities. They are committed to promoting a culture of safe and reliable service as a trusted industry leader since 2007.
Transformer Lifecycle Services is an electrical utility contractor specializing in the installation and maintenance of transformer and substation equipment. They provide everything from new (turnkey) construction projects to support for existing maintenance needs. TLS is a leader in the maintenance of high voltage substation equipment (69KV to 765KV) with a reputation for reliable, high quality workmanship and a strong safety record.
NOMOS is the North American specialist in the design, electrical engineering and manufacture of custom control cabinets and electrical equipment for high voltage equipment. Their reputation is based on large-scale projects carried out for the world’s largest manufacturers of power transformers and other high voltage equipment.
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