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Vancouver, British Columbia, June 14, 2017 – Torino Power Solutions Inc. (CSE: TPS) (the “Company” or
“Torino”), is pleased to announce that the Company has completed its second installation of its Power Line
Monitoring (“PLM”) System at a new location for Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc.,
(“Tri-State”).
In 2016, Tri-State and Torino Power entered into a pilot agreement, whereby Tri-State installed Torino’s
temperature monitoring sensor on a Tri-State-owned energized line in Eastern Colorado. Torino has now
installed an upgraded evaluation system at a new location in Western Colorado. The new location supports
larger varying electrical load and will provide Tri-State with important real-time temperature data for Dynamic
Line Rating purposes. This new installation provides a better opportunity for Torino Power to showcase its
technology. Tri-State can now begin the process of comparing line ratings using conventional calculations to
potential additional power capacity based on the real-time Torino sensor.
Torino’s patented, wireless powerline monitoring system supports the use of Dynamic Line Rating technology
on congested and remotely-located high-voltage power lines operated by electric utilities. The Torino system
provides real-time temperature data and other vital information to utilities that helps them save money on
maintenance and maximize the capacity of their transmission systems. Torino sensors completely passive and
do not require a power source and are easy to install on live (energized) power lines. Torino Power Solutions
Inc’s business strategy is to automate the DLR process providing our clients with a reduction in operating costs.
With the growing proliferation of distributed energy resources (DER) and changing power markets, the
necessity to fully understand and exploit in real time the capacity of the transmission and distribution lines is
becoming a necessity.
Tri-State is a not-for-profit wholesale power supplier to 43-member electric distribution cooperatives and public
power districts that collectively serve more than one million consumers across 200,000 square miles of service
territory in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming.
Rav Mlait, CEO of Torino commented, “We are very pleased to work with Tri-State with this new installation
of our passive PLM system. We look forward building our existing relationship with Tri-State’s innovative
team.”









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