Scott Safety introduces Protégé SG reusable single gas monitor
A truly universal portable gas detector with maximum versatility Scott Safety, has introduced the Protégé SG, a versatile new reusable single gas monitor that is configurable to detect 13 different gases. A universal portable gas detector with advanced features, such as smart plug and play sensors and a replaceable lithium battery that provides unlimited life.
ESCO announces acquisition of renewable energy industry supplier
ESCO Technologies Inc. announced that it has acquired NRG Systems, Inc. (NRG), doing business as Renewable NRG Systems, located in Hinesburg, Vermont. NRG serves electric utilities, wind turbine manufacturers, renewable energy developers, research institutes, and government agencies in more than 150 countries.
The future of LED Lighting
Convincing consumers to switch to LED lighting is an interesting proposition. On paper, it seems a no-brainer. Post understanding the economical and environmental advantages related to LED lighting, it seems like a rational choice to immediately switch over.
Solutions that empower customers will flourish
We believe a lot more smartness, integration and capability, lot more solution-oriented approaches have to happen to give customers more empowered solutions and I think to me that is the direction. Now empowerment can go down to the last man for example we have only a single tariff applicable all through the day and not dual tariff and no peak time tariff.
Smart grids help curb demand-supply gap
Environment-friendly, efficient and extremely flexible - smart grids are poised to be the future of energy supply in India. Instead of purchasing power from a handful of centralised suppliers, consumers can also feed electricity into the public grid - e.g.,
Instrumentation and control automation is designed at realising the competitive advantages for a power plant or company, through design, maintainance and management of control systems.
Savings through use of LEDs range from 50-60 percentage
Energy efficiency plays a vital role in meeting India´s growing demand for power. Each unit saved by a single household generates a unit for another household. Today, LEDs are considered to be the most efficient source of lighting.