TVD products and our service are recognised by companies all over the world.

Many of those customers have been using our products for well over 10 years. We believe that tells it’s own story. We are proud of how that reflects on our staff and the products they produce and support.

Below is a sample of our customers from around the world.


Chelan County PUD, WA, USA

The Chelan County PUD owns and operates the nation’s second largest non-federal publicly owned hydro generating system.

CCPUD provides power to around 45,000 customers in Washington State, and use TVD’s Avalanche products extensively for maintaining accurate real-time information for their customers during power outages.

Farmers Transport, Hastings, NZ

Dash AVL and Dispatch is integrated into Farmers Transport’s inhouse ERP system to allow real-time allocation of jobs to truck drivers via its radio network. As a consequence of more efficient vehicle-tracking, they’ve been able to reduce their fleet by around 10 percent.

Ministry of Fisheries, Wellington, NZ

Ministry of Fisheries have selected TVD Dash and PARIS Express for use by their Fisheries Officers providing Vehicle Location, Driver logon-logoff, and panic alarm notification to the Central Command Centre in Wellington.

Newfoundland Power, Newfoundland, Canada

A long standing TVD Utility client with over 200,000 customers, Newfoundland Power has been involved in the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity to the Newfoundland and Labrador provinces in Canada since 1885. Newfoundland Power recently received the 2001 Canadian Information Productivity Award for Customer Service.

EPCOR Group, Alberta, Canada

EPCOR is one of Canada’s premier suppliers of essential utilities – electricity, natural gas and related products and services. The Group supports a customer base of over 600,000 people with retail electricity and natural gas products.

PowerNet Limited, Invercargil, NZ

PowerNet’s core business function is to provide effective electricity asset management. The company services over 60,000 customers with a strong focus on network management and customer service to its member owners.

Vector, Auckland, NZ

Vector is the largest owner and manager of multiple network infrastructures in New Zealand, with a portfolio of businesses and services delivering electricity, gas, and high-speed broadband voice and data communications in the

Auckland and Wellington regions. Vector Electricity is the electricity network company in Auckland, they own and maintain the electricity lines and cables that deliver power to more than 255,000 homes and 39,000 businesses in the region.

PowerStream, Ontario, Canada


PowerStream use Avalanche SaaS to help manage the fourth largest local electricity distribution company in Ontario, delivering power to more than 225,000 residential and business customers in the municipalities of Aurora, Markham, Richmond Hill and Vaughan.

Powerco, New Plymouth, NZ

Powerco is New Zealand’s second largest electricity and gas distribution company. Their network area spreads across the upper central and lower central North Island servicing approximately 400,000 consumers representing 46 per cent of the gas connections and 16 per cent of the electricity connections in New Zealand. Both Avalanche and CSC are used by PowerCo to manage the network and Retailer and Contractor integration.

Aurora Energy, Tasmania, Australia

Aurora Energy is Tasmania’s electricity distribution and retail company with approximately 250,000 customers. Aurora use both Avalanche and CSC to manage loss of supply and approximately 10,000 work orders per month.

Delta Montrose Electric Association, CO, USA

DMEA is a rural electric co-operative that supplies electricity to over 55,000 customers in the quickly growing towns of Montrose and Delta in Colarado. DMEA have chosen to use Avalanche to managed their trouble calls

Burlington Hydro, Ontario, Canada

Burlington Hydro established in 1945, is an energy services based company in the power distribution business. The company serves over 54,500 residential customers, and approximately 5,500 commercial and industrial customers. Burlington Hydro maintains 32 substations and almost 1,300 kilometers of low voltage distribution lines throughout the municipality of Burlington.