Non-Technical Losses: A $96 Billion Global Opportunity for Electrical Utilities

Non-technical losses represent a significant burden to global utilities worldwide, resulting in $96 billion lost every year. These losses stem from a variety of factors, such as non-payment by customers, and errors in accounting and record-keeping. But, the biggest contributor is energy theft, with approximately $6 billion of electricity stolen in the U.S. alone every year. In fact, energy theft ranks as the third-most stolen item, after credit card data and automobiles.

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