The VerdeCare Difference
VerdeCare uniquely combines a deep understanding of the utility vegetation industry with innovative ecological thinking. We can help you provide power safely, keep your budgets on track, and maximize the benefits of the utility forest.
VerdeCare finds vegetation solutions uniquely tailored to your utility. Whether your goals are to improve system reliability, establish predictable budgets, or improve corporate stewardship, we have the models and expertise to help you make informed decisions. The VerdeCare team takes the time to understand your current strategy and find ways to make that strategy deliver more value. For utilities looking to develop a new vegetation strategy, we partner with you to create a comprehensive program that meets your objectives.
We help utilities work with nature
Electricity plays an essential role in our lives. It keeps us comfortable, allows us to communicate globally, powers our work, improves our quality of life, and significantly impacts public safety. Ensuring safe and reliable power to customers is a primary goal of every utility. The utility delivers that electricity through a system of poles and wires that exist in nature. Nature is also essential to our lives. VerdeCare helps utilities make good decisions where electricity and nature interface.
The linear forest
Utility rights-of-way bridge our communities through millions of miles of linear forest. Taken as a whole, this “utility forest” represents more land coverage in the US than most national parks. Although designed to support the electric grid, this narrow but essential piece of real estate supports a functioning ecosystem. Many different organisms call an easement or right-of-way home; pollinators, migratory birds, native plants, and trees. VerdeCare believes that utility vegetation plans can deliver safe, reliable power to our communities while maximizing the benefits these natural areas can provide to both people and nature.
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