Heimdall Power Inc. opens U.S. market with first contract signing.

Brage Johansen

Brage Johansen

CEO

We at Heimdall Power are proud to announce our first project in the U.S., signing a contract for Dynamic Line Rating with a leading Investor-Owned Utility (IOU).

Starting this summer, the multistate utility will use the Dynamic Line Rating (DLR) solutions from Heimdall Power to identify additional capacity in their high-voltage transmission system. Multiple Heimdall Power Neurons will soon be installed on lines in different states in the U.S. Heartland.

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Dynamic Line Rating is one of the approaches U.S. utilities can use to meet the requirements of FERC Order 881, which goes into effect in July 2025. Heimdall Power also offers industry-leading solutions for Ambient Adjusted Rating, providing utilities with a comprehensive suite of options to meet Order 881’s requirements.

This landmark project arrives only a few months after Heimdall Power expanded into the U.S. with Heimdall Power Inc, our U.S. subsidiary. Since then, the company has experienced great interest across North America, now culminating in this first contract.

“Signing our first deal in the U.S. just a few months after establishing Heimdall Power Inc. is a pivotal milestone on our international growth journey! Looking at our pipeline and the ever-increasing U.S. demand for new grid capacity, this is just the beginning of our expansion into the U.S. market."

Would you like to know more about how Heimdall Power Inc. can help you meet the requirements of FERC Order 881? Contact us today to get started on your journey towards Order 881 compliance!

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