Composite Power Group Inc. is an electrical equipment manufacturers’ representative firm that provides technical, hands-on, local sales representation for industry leading companies that supply products and services to the electric power industry.
We have operated as an electrical utility sales representative for over 35 years. In that time, we have become Canada’s leading utility sales representative by diligently representing our manufacturers, and by developing strong, lasting and highly valued customer relationships.
meet our team
Everyone on our team is focused on our customers. Our entire management team takes an active role in working with our customers and our manufacturers. Our inside sales team is proficient with our organizing and administration tools, thus fully supporting the on-the-road reps.
WHY WORK WITH US?
Outsourcing sales to a good rep firm works. In addition to the standard benefits of working with reps we have comprehensive industry knowledge, complete country coverage, and cutting edge support systems. Meet with us to learn more and how we can help your firm grow your sales in Canada!
If you take a close look at the front cover of the latest issue of T&D World magazine, you will notice several QVARx capacitor banks as part of Seattle’s brand new and unique Denny Substation!
Denny Substation is built in downtown Seattle, not only having to meet expectations of safety and reliability, but noise and visual design as well. This unique substation stands out from the rest with a 44.000 square foot open area, quarter mile walking trail and off-leash pet park, while providing viewing opportunities of the substation and surrounding area.
100.000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor exhibition space, 45 different exhibition categories, and over 150 unique exhibitors!
CUEE has everything your utility, construction company, engineering firm or developer needs to stay on top of the pack, so come see and demo the newest and most innovative equipment, tools and products first-hand! Visit us at booth 522-523 for a chat, some swag!
Midal Cables Limited was established in 1977 conceived between Intersteel, Bahrain and Olex Cables, Australia to manufacture aluminum rod and overhead electrical transmission cables, conductors. Since then, the company has developed into a significant player in the aluminum and electrical transmission industry in Kingdom of Bahrain. Its growth has contributed to the industrialization of Bahrain and Gulf countries while promoting a national skilled workforce within the company. Midal supplies the world market with rod cast from the molten aluminum delivered directly from Aluminium Bahrain (ALBA) smelter adjacent to its manufacturing plant. The liquid aluminum is exceptionally pure which allows Midal to cast rod and further production of wires an exceptionally high conductivity in various grades of transmission cables. Midal's EC grade and 6201 alloy rod are sold around the world as well as being used in-house to manufacture a full range of overhead electrical conductors and aluminum wires.
The DVG-3 voltage transformer is designed for use with watt-hour meters, relays, and in other control applications. The unit consists of 1, 2, or 3 revenue metering accuracy voltage transformers, depending on the application. Primary and secondary connections are made using a wiring harness that connects to the connector provided on the voltage transformer.
The PH series is the strongest arm MPS offers and is the strongest standard profile (3-5/8" x 4-5/8") arm on the market. This allows the possibility to use one arm for multiple applications.
Fully tested to meet regional regulations
Test data available
Cross reference available
Custom lengths, drill hole patterns available
Proven technology, UV resistant
The Southern States CapSwitcher®, a capacitor switching device specifically designed to meet the power quality needs of today’s electrical systems, has become a prefered switching method for medium and high voltage capacitors. This special purpose SF6 capacitor switcher is available for application on single bank or back-to-back banks. Its closing resistors provide transient mitigation to minimize the detrimental effects of voltage transients, including voltage magnification, on sensitive equipment such as computers, CNC machines, and variable speed drives.
The BriteSpot probe is intended to be mounted in locations difficult to access or extremely critical by utilizing dielectrically invisible fiber optic probes to measure and record real-time temperature data. The probes are intended to be mounted under bolted connections on bus bars, splices, cable connections or any source of resistive heating.
Delta Star mobile transformers and mobile substations provide the capabilities to quickly restore electrical service following an outage caused by a storm or other disaster, provide temporary new service while permanent facilities are being constructed and replace existing equipment during regularly scheduled maintenance. Delta Star engineers determine specific customer needs and exact equipment integration requirements prior to the design and manufacture of each quality mobile unit. Custom designed and built to order, each unit also has a wide variety of accessories and equipment options available to provide even greater capability and operating flexibility. Quick response installation time and equipment reliability are just two of the reasons why Delta Star units place far ahead of the competition.
Phishing (pronounce as fishing): deceiving an internet user to give out his or her personal or financial information over a website or official looking email that usually ends up in identity theft or false credit card charges. Sounds serious? It is! The team at ESET and Today put together a small test to see how good you are at catching these malevolent electronic pests. Let's go phishing!
Energy efficiency is a central pillar of Ontario's Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP). Additionally, utilities are provided with conservation incentives and targets as part of Ontario's 2015-2020 Conservation First Framework (CFF). Under the update to the LTEP released in the fall of 2017, utilities can now count savings generated from In Front of the Meter Conservation (IFMC) towards these targets.