Smart Solutions for Grids by Phoenix Contact
The future of sustainable energy supply lies in intelligent power grids, or smart grids, as they are known. Their comprehensive connectivity is both the essence of and at the same time a challenge for modern energy management: energy generators, control rooms, and loads must process ever more real-time data digitally.
Made in India: Havells Looks Beyond Electricals
More than a year after it acquired the consumer durables business of Lloyd Electric & Engineering, Havells has firmed up plans to expand its horizons. POWER TODAY takes an overview of the strategy of one of the country's leading electricals players in also becoming a big boy of electronics.
We are eyeing Rs 30 billion high voltage cable market in India
The history of Brugg dates back to 126 years and we entered the Indian market a bit late. However, though we have been in the Indian market for just 15 years now, we are among the few players who manufacture high voltage cables upto 550 kV.
Rural Electrification Rs.400 Billion Opportunity!
The Indian power equipment industry aspires to become a $100-billion industry by 2022, and its golden days have begun with programmes like rural electrification under the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojna
IoT is revolutionising the electrical business
This is one industry which definitely has to grow because despite the size of our population, we have very low electricity consumption. Although industrialisation has proceeded at a slow pace here, there is no way it can be reversed; it can only go up.
We want to be part of India's growth story
Ducab is in its 40th year and was started by a British company-BICC- jointly with the Dubai government way back in 1979. Over the years, with strategic decisions, the British ownership of the business was taken over by Abu Dhabi government.
Best Selling Power Equipment Company in T&D - KEC International
KEC International is one of the largest power transmission EPC companies operating globally, and has transcended boundaries with operations in power transmission, distribution, railways, cables, renewables (solar) and civil. Today, KEC is a US$1.4-billion company.