Growing Relationships
Public Utility Focus
Boots on the Ground

Growing Relationships

The primary purpose of Brown & Kysar is to grow great people and support communities. The core essence to achieve our purpose is in growing relationships with you. Our clients, employees, and vendors are great people, and we strive to constantly grow and strengthen these ties into long-term relationships resulting in unequivocal trust.

Public Utility Focus

The key to expertise is relentless focus. Focus on what we enjoy, what we feel passionate about, what we support. Brown & Kysar's focus is on Public Utilities. We don't work for industrial plants or investor-owned utilities. Complete 100% concentration is on making you and your utility successful in the eyes of the directors and your constituents.

Boots on the Ground

Computer models, aerial photography, and GIS information is all well and good; we utilize it a lot. However, the only way to know if something will work perfectly is to see it. The only way to create an excellent relationship and to assist you fully is to be there. We focus on developing solutions that can be built in the field.

Utilities, A Changing Focus 11/2/16

Utility News

Have you wondered why many general managers used to be promoted from engineering or operations in the past? Then it seemed for a stretch that many were attorneys. Now a large portion come with a fin...

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Measuring Electric System Reliability 11/1/16

Technical Tip

Reliability and rates. The two primary items board members worry about, customers ask, and affects everyone in your service territory. We all know how rates are measured. But reliability uses the a...

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Avian Protection Plans 7/29/16

Technical Tip

Many utilities are worried about raptor and other migratory bird electrocutions, however many are not sure what do beyond implementing a line specific raptor framing.  Even this method can still subj...

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Voltage Regulator Line Drop Compensation 7/29/16

Technical Tip

Standard voltage regulator settings without line drop compensation control voltage correctly right at the regulator. But the purpose of a regulator is to regulate the voltage at your customer. What ...

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