The Nuclear Switch
It is the fuel of the future. For an energy-starved nation like India, nuclear energy presents huge opportunities, but it also poses immense challenges in implementation.
Despite being plagued by a number of anomalies, efforts are on to promote the domestic transformer industry in the country.
The Indian power sector, that has been in a state of transition, targets to set up substantially high ~88 GW of capacity in the XII Plan which is also required to meet the growing demand. The XII Plan target is definitely achievable; however, the sector needs to respond quickly and definitively to a number of new challenges that have emerged in recent times. These challeng
SABIC certified Top Employers Asia Pacific 2014 in multiple markets across Asia
SABIC is certified ´Top Employers 2014´in China, India, South Korea, Japan and Singapore and ´Top Employers Asia Pacific 2014´by Top Employers Institute. With this latest certification, SABIC has received the ´Top Employers´certification for four consecutive years in China and seven consecutive years in the Netherlands. This is the first time Top Employers Institute is awarding the ´Top Employers Asia Pacific´certification.
Saudi Electric Co to ink SAR 10.7 billion contract
Saudi Electricity Company or SEC, the largest listed utility in the Gulf, said that it will sign a 10.7 billion Saudi riyals ($2.85 billion) contract for the construction of its Qurayyah power plant in the eastern city of Khobar. The deal will be signed with a consortium that includes South Korea’s Samsung C&T Corp.