Why DTN?

DTN has the most comprehensive weather expertise in the world. With our global weather station network, we deliver the most hyper-local, accurate, and real-time weather intelligence available. But we’ve also taken it a step further and developed the industry’s first-ever machine learning solution that keeps utilities one step ahead. Our expert meteorologists, climatologists, and data analysts leverage information and data from your specific utility and service area, then combine that with the most accurate weather information available. This results in you having a clear view of your potential risks if – and when – the weather strikes.

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We’ve invested in and delivered key analytics built specifically for your service area to provide operational intelligence to your power restoration teams and operations before the storm hits.

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Our energy and utility weather expertise allows you to optimize the use of available grid capacity by understanding weather forecasts and making better predictions for the early detection of congestion. Avoid re-dispatching or grid breakdowns.

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We don’t just help you before the storm, our weather insights can be relied on when you need to identify and inspect substations and other infrastructure that may have been struck by lightning. This means you are able to find and repair issues before a failure takes place.

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DTN has 120+ meteorologists, stationed throughout the world and backed by more than 20,000 weather stations in our global network. That’s how we provide the most accurate, hyper-local forecasts available in the world.

Weather Intelligence and Outage Prediction Expertise


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Predict Your Next Outage Before It Happens
Turning weather forecasts into actionable data for asset damage prediction improves your efforts to restore power quickly and efficiently. That’s why we have moved beyond simply providing a weather forecast to accurately communicating the weather’s impact on your customers and your utility’s operations.

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Plan For Grid Capacity and Load Balancing
The capacity of your overhead power line network is highly dependent on the cooling capacity of the weather. In your role, you face continual planning and operational challenges. DTN can support you with trusted, reliable, accurate weather information tailored to your utility’s needs.

Plan Ahead

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Proactively Inspect Before Issues Arise
With thousands of lightning strikes near hundreds of substations, an automated asset inspection report can help you save time and eliminate guesswork. We provide you an expert analysis of your assets so you can respond quickly to potential damage after a lightning and thunderstorm event.

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Meteorologist on computer Connect Directly With Weather Experts
Professional meteorologists from DTN are available online or over the phone to answer your most pressing weather questions. They provide advance notice of severe weather in your target areas. They also provide valuable seasonal outlooks so you can plan your operations for the coming season. Ultimately, our weather intelligence team allows you and your operational team to assess risks, make critical decisions, and improve response times.

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How we Delight our Customers


“DTN has been very adaptive to our evolving needs without there being a lot of processes to get things changed.” — National Grid

“DTN forecasts help us be more proactive when scheduling maintenance, allowing us to work smarter.” — Suzlon Wind Energy Corporation

Expert Analysis And Trends


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Leverage The Newest Technology Available To Utilities
New, innovative storm impact analytics technology can help your utility company better prepare for storms — reducing restoration times, cutting costs, and minimizing impacts on customers.

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Are You Weather Ready?
With weather having such a significant impact on your operations and profitability, weather readiness isn’t just an operational goal — it’s a business necessity. We break down the keys to being “weather ready” and how your partners can help you make confident decisions.

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Preparing For Increased Weather Volatility
Recent weather and climate variations have produced a large number of outlier events that have been impactful to many areas of the world. Awareness of the hazards and their impending impacts can help you formulate plans and enable actions that may help offset any risks to your bottom line.

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Gain More Insight


Hear Directly From Our Team

Are you curious about what’s coming in the next season? If so, you’ll want to tune in to our long-range forecast webinars that outline the seasonal forecast for locations throughout the world.

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See Us In Person!

Our team of experts travel the world and see customers face-to-face, virtually, and in-person at trade shows and expos. Find out when your favorite DTN contact will be at a show near you.

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Stay Up To Date

From seasonal outlooks and updates on trending weather topics, our experts cover it all. Follow along to get the latest information from the DTN weather experts.

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