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Kerala to set up plant to produce cast-resin transformers
January 2013
Kerala Electrical and Allied Engineering Company (KEL) is is setting up a cast-resin transformer plant near its Edarikkod unit in Malappuram, K Shamsuddin, Managing Director, KEL, said. The foundation stone for the Rs 8.5-crore plant will be laid by the State Industries Minister PK Kunhalikutty on January 28. The State Electricity Minister Aryadan Mohammed will unveil the prototype of a cast-resin transformer on the occasion.
Kerala Electrical And Allied Engineering Company, Cast-Resin Transformer Plant, Edarikkod Unit, K Shamsuddin

GMDC ties-up with S Korean firm for plant maintenance
January 2013
Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation (GMDC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with South Korea's KEPCO Plant Services and Engineering Company for long-term operation and maintenance of GMDC's Akrimota Thermal Power Station. The MoU is to the tune of Rs 500 crore for long-term operation and maintenance contract for 250-megawatt Akrimota Thermal Power Station, a government official said.
Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation, Memorandum Of Understanding, KEPCO Plant Services And Engineering Company, Akrimota Thermal Power Station

ABB develops new tech for future DC grid
January 2013
Paving the way for a more efficient and reliable electricity supply system, ABB has announced that it has made a breakthrough in the ability to interrupt direct current, solving a 100-year-old electrical engineering puzzle. After years of research, ABB said, it has developed the world's first circuit breaker for high voltage direct current (HVDC). It combines very fast mechanics with power electronics, and will be capable of 'interrupting' power flows equivalent to the output of a la
Electrical Engineering Puzzle, High Voltage Direct Current, Power Electronics, Pilot Projects

UAS student develops solar-powered sprayer
December 2012
In Raichur of Karnataka, a third year student of the Agricultural Engineering College of the University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS) has brought out an innovative solar-powered, multi-purpose sprayer system for farmers.
Raichur, Karnataka, Student, Agricultural Engineering College, University Of Agricultural Sciences, Sangappa Sankannagowda, Siruguppi, Sprayer

Proactive approach to revive investor sentiments in power sector
December 2012
With the government’s fast-track reform initiatives for the beleaguered power sector, assurance business in the country is also likely to revive. Power, one of the most capital intensive sectors, has witnessed a series of changes in the last few months and is likely to witness further positive developments, which shall work towards reviving the investment sentiments. The new chairman of The New India Assurance Co, G Srinivasan, in an interaction with Power Today, tells how insurance institutions
Investment, Power Equipment, G Srinivasan, The New India Assurance Co, Power Sector, Engineering, BHEL, Nuclear Energy

Outstanding Engineers Award to NTPC Chairman
December 2012
Delhi branch of UK-based Institution of Engineering and Technology has honored NTPC chairman and managing director Arup Roy Choudhury with Outstanding Engineers Award for his unfailing commitment to excellence in project management Dr Mike Short president IET and VP of public affairs, Telefonica Europe presented a citation, plaque and a medallion to Choudhury.
Institution Of Engineering And Technology, Delhi, UK, NTPC, Arup Roy Choudhury, Telefonica Europe

Gamesa may foray into EPC segment of solar power
November 2012
Ramesh Kymal, Chairman and Managing Director of Gamesa India intends to set foot in the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) space of solar proj
Gamesa India, Engineering, Procurement And Construction, EPC, Solar Power, Project, Diversification, Revenue, Earnings, Electricity, Renewable Power

ABB develops new tech for future DC grid
November 2012
Paving the way for a more efficient and reliable electricity supply system, ABB has announced that it has made a breakthrough in the ability to interrupt direct current, solving a 100-year-old electrical engineering puzzle.
Electricity Supply System, ABB, Breakthrough, Direct Current, Electrical Engineering Puzzle

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