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As is true for so many of us, 2020 began much the same as years past for Eaton Corp.’s power quality division.
“Just like any company, you start the year with a lot of expectations and you basically lay out your plans,” says Herve Tardy, the vendor’s vice president and general manager of distributed power infrastructure.
Alas, nothing has gone as expected this year for anyone. That hasn’t kept Eaton from developing new products, preparing new partner offerings, and hatching new plans for the future, however. Tardy addressed all three topics this week in a keynote presentation during Eaton’s virtual Partner Summit event for 2020. Here’s a small sampling of what he discussed.
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During its virtual Partner Summit event for 2020 this week, senior exec Herve Tardy (pictured) discussed the power quality vendor’s plans for a continued rebound from the market-slowing effects of COVID-19.