Electrical Grid Monitoring (EGM) Inc.

EGM, Inc. is a solutions provider for all grid challenges. We are the leading technology company with innovative Transmission and Distribution (T&D) grid monitoring product solutions that include: sensing, communication, and analytics. We also offer Substation and Special Applications solutions for challenges ranging from wildfires to microgrids.

The EGM monitoring system, the Meta-Alert™ System Solution delivers useful information to manage both overhead and underground utility grids. EGM, Inc. is headquartered in Los, Angeles, California U.S.A.

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Electrical Grid Monitoring (EGM) utility solutions for transmission & distribution networks

What We Do

Electrical Grid Monitoring, Inc. (EGM) is a technology company committed to making the world’s biggest machine better. By adding telemetry to the existing T&D Grid in a non-descriptive way, we give the utility accurate and timely information to optimize the operation of the entire Grid. We collect, securely transmit, and analyze the data in real-time giving the utility insights into the true operational state of the Grid, while helping to achieve: Reliability & Safety, Operational Efficiency, Renewables Integration, Cost Reduction, and Customer Satisfaction.

Join EGM in booth #8 at T&D World I Sheraton Charlotte Hotel

Ross Malme, Senior Advisor for EGM Inc. will moderate two dynamic panels at the Transmission & Distribution (T&D) World Conference and Exhibition  2022 (tdworld.com) Thursday, October 6, 10:45-11:30AM: “Building a Grid More Resilient to Weather, DERs and Rising Customer Expectation” and Friday, October 7, 9:00-9:45AM: “Harmonization of the Electrified Transportation and Electricity Ecosystems”. Contact Ross for more information: [email protected]


We provide the Meta-Alert™ System for grid operators to Keep Eyes On The Grid™ in today’s changing transmission and distribution environment. Usable grid insight information is measured, reported and documented. Analytics ensure current and future irregularities can be corrected before a problem arises to ensure safety, reliability, cost control and customer satisfaction.