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  • 01 August 2016, 08:14.
    Reliable, maintenance free cable reeling solutions from Powermite
    Powermite, a division of Hudaco (Pty) Ltd., is a mechanical and electrical engineering specialist that leads the Southern African market in the supply of superior, reliable and economical cable reeling systems to meet both customer and application requirements.
  • 27 July 2016, 13:37.
    Prysmian Group to add new plant to Slatina factory
    The Prysmian Group will open two new plants in Romania and Slovakia, where it will produce telecommunications and data cables. The plants will be built as extensions on ots existing factories in Slatina, Romania and Presov, Slovakia.
  • 25 July 2016, 08:31.
    Torino Power Solutions Successfully Installs Power Line Monitoring System at Tri-State G&T, Denver, Colorado
    Torino Power Solutions Inc. (CSE: TPS) (the “Company” or “Torino”), is pleased to report that it has completed the first installation of its Power Line Monitoring (PLM) system on a 230kV line in eastern Colorado.  The installation occurred on June 20th and was carried out by Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc., (“Tri-State”) on an energized line without service interruption. Torino’s PLM technology will provide Tri-State with real-time temperature monitoring of its power line under a pilot agreement with Torino.
  • 22 July 2016, 08:34.
    Sanctions hinder Russian efforts to build power plant - sources
    A state tender for a company to build and operate a power plant in southern Russia attracted no bids partly because firms feared falling foul of EU sanctions should any electricity be diverted to nearby Crimea, industry sources said.
  • 20 July 2016, 08:55.
    US sues Eversource over harbor cable installation
    The federal government sued Eversource Energy Friday over the flawed installation of a massive electrical cable under Boston Harbor that powers the Deer Island sewage plant.
  • 18 July 2016, 08:36.
    Cutting the cable: Kangaroo Island eyes switch to 100% renewable energy
    Kangaroo Island is one of the great icons of Australian tourism. As Andrew Boardman, the chief executive of the Kangaroo Island council, says: “You can’t buy a name like that.”
  • 14 July 2016, 08:19.
    Submarine Cable Would Mean Major Power Plants
    If the proposed project of connecting Iceland’s energy grid with Britain’s via a submarine cable is realized, that would require the construction of power plants in Iceland the size of two Kárahnúkar projects, or 1,400 megawattts, RÚV reports. This is the conclusion of a report written by a government task force formed to look into the feasibility of such a project. The Kárahnúkar hydroelectric power plant in East Iceland, whose construction was quite controversial, is by far Iceland’s largest.
  • 11 July 2016, 18:07.
    Denis Manturov holds a work meeting with the State Minister of Commerce and Industry of India Nirmala Sitharaman
    After the Official Opening Ceremony of International Industrial Trade Fair INNOPROM-2016, the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov held a work meeting with the State Minister of Commerce and Industry of the Republic of India Nirmala Sitharaman. Governors of three largest Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan participated in the negotiations.
  • 11 July 2016, 08:38.
    Google-backed FASTER cable is ready to serve faster Internet
    Microsoft and facebook might be trying to plant a submarine cable across the Atlantic, but Google has it beat when it comes to the Pacific. Granted, the FASTER cable system did start a lot earlier, almost two years ago. Now the consortium that runs the program has proudly announced that construction of the undersea cable is now done and that FASTER is ready to deliver faster Internet between Japan and the US West Coast, which, of course, also promises to improve Internet connectivity and service in neighboring states and cities.
  • 06 July 2016, 13:44.
    Prysmian Group to invest $1.9M in expansion of Abbeville electrical cable plant
    Lexington-based Prysmian Group North America, a manufacturer of electrical cables, announced today plans to invest $1.9 million in its Abbeville facility. The expansion will create five jobs, according to a press release issued by the S.C. Department of Commerce.