Tait’s experience in providing solutions to global utility customers has demonstrated our success in solving complex communications problems in demanding environments.
Since the very first sales by Tait, utilities have benefited from our reputation for highly reliable products, integration with third-party products, such as dispatch consoles or location applications, and dependable ongoing support. All this delivered with exceptional economic lifetime value.
ActewAGL, Australia’s first multi-utility, offers electricity, natural gas, water and wastewater services under one roof. The ActewAGL radio network supports voice and data communications for electrical, water and wastewater services.
Basin Electric is one of the largest electric generation and transmission (G&T) cooperatives in the United States. It generates and transmits energy to 120 member rural electric systems in nine states, including North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado and New Mexico.
Black Hills Power (BHP) is an investor-owned electric utility serving 63,500 customers in 20 communities located in western South Dakota, northern Wyoming, and south-eastern Montana. BHP employs over 350 people in nine offices and five electric power plants.
Citiwater, a business unit of the Townsville City Council, is a registered service provider of water and wastewater services to the Townsville community in far North Queensland. It is their responsibility to provide reliable and sustainable water services for the more than 160,000 people in the Townsville community.
COPEL is the largest company in the State of Paraná. It is responsible for the provision of uninterrupted power service to over 3.8 million consumers in 393 municipalities across the state.
Eskom is South Africa’s primary electricity supplier and supplies some 95 percent of the country’s electricity requirements – more than half of the power generated in the whole of Africa.
New Zealand’s largest thermal power station is operated by Genesis Power, in Huntly. It generates 1,000 megawatts of electricity from coal and gas.
Australia’s Loy Yang Power owns and operates the 2,200 megawatt Loy Yang power station and the adjacent Loy Yang coal mine in Victoria. The company supplies approximately one third of the state of Victoria’s power requirements, or 10 percent of total power generation for the south-eastern seaboard states.
MainPower owns and operates the electricity distribution system throughout the North Canterbury and Kaikoura regions in New Zealand.
Petrobras is one of the world's leading oil companies and the largest company in Brazil. It is the dominant player in the Brazilian market, responsible for all hydrocarbon activities in the country, and is the third largest industrial company in Latin America.
Rappahannock Electric Cooperative (REC) is an electricity distribution cooperative located in Fredericksburg, Virginia. REC is expanding its territory to provide service to more than 154,000 households and businesses with 15,200 miles (24,400km) of line over 19 counties.
Uruguay electricity utility, UTE (Administración Nacional de Usinas y Trasmisiones Eléctricas) relies on a TaitNet MPT 1327 trunked radio network for effective communications over their operational area.