Power Survey Revenue and Competitors

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St-Laurent, QC CAN



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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Power Survey's estimated annual revenue is currently $9.4M per year.(i)
  • Power Survey's estimated revenue per employee is $196,000

Employee Data

  • Power Survey has 48 Employees.(i)
  • Power Survey grew their employee count by 7% last year.
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At Power Survey, we distinguish ourselves by our strong and solid expertise in power quality detection and correction. We are specialists in manufacturing high-end POWER FACTOR and HARMONIC CORRECTION equipment to improve power condition on electrical networks. We are always looking to develop new products and solutions which address today's new and always increasing challenges faced by the industries. Our wide range of LOW & MEDIUM VOLTAGE CAPACITOR BANKS and HARMONIC FILTERS are designed by our highly qualified team of expert engineers. They are conceived to fix adverse conditions that have a negative impact on industries using sensitive and automated equipment. Our level of expertise further extends to the measurement, analysis and diagnosis of electrical networks with our advanced DETECTION SERVICES. POWER SURVEY is recognized within the industry for providing HIGH QUALITY EQUIPMENT and to continuously invest in PRODUCT INNOVATION.



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Power Survey News

2017-07-24 - Power Survey Receives $24M in Funding

Power Survey and Equipment Ltd., a Montreal, Canada-based manufacturer of power quality systems, received $24m in Series A2 funding round. The round was initiated by majority investor EnerTech Capital and Investissement Québec, along with new investors led by Cycle Capital Management, joined by ...

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