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Eskom former CE Brian Molefe to resume position

South Africa, Johannesburg: Brian Molefe, the former Eskom Chief Executive, is expected to resume his position as head on Monday 15 May 2017, after Eskom decided to revoke its decision to pay him a pension pay-out, reports ESI-Africa.

Eskom delivers five mobile transformers

South Africa, Johannesburg: Following a rigorous procurement procedure, five mobile transformers have been successfully delivered to Eskom’s Mkondeni unit in KwaZulu-Natal last month, after almost six years.

Emerald Transformer opens a new factory in Mississippi

USA, Mississippi: A North American transformer equipment services provider, Emerald Transformer, has launched a new factory in Lexington, Mississippi, adding to its four existing facilities located throughout the United States.

New report on global HV instrument transformer market

Intense Research has published a new research report on the global high-voltage instrument transformer market, titled “Global HV Instrument Transformer Market by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2021”.

Empire District installs two new transformers in Missouri

USA, Missouri: Empire District, an electric utility company servicing Missouri, has installed two new power transformers in Ozark to increase reliability of the Ozark area’s electrical system and help prevent longer power outages.

Siemens changed U.S. leadership

USA, Washington: On 1 January 2017 Judith Marks replaced Eric Spiegel as CEO of Siemens in the U.S., who retired at the end of 2016. Effective the same date, Lisa Davis was appointed Chair and CEO of Siemens Corporation.

KenGen announces transformer tender

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) has invited eligible bidders to tender for the supply of 11 kV indoor voltage and current transformers for the Sondu Miriu Power Station in Kenya.

ABB’s share price drops against global competition

Three months after ABB's Capital Markets Day took place in October and the company announced it would retain the Power Grid business, ABB’s share price has dropped against its heaviest competitors in the global market, according to the Swedish media.

Transformer breakdown delays restart of Swedish steel mill

Sweden, Stockholm: During the planned maintenance outage at SSAB Special Steels in Oxelösund at the beginning of December, ABB replaced the control system for the power supply of the rolling mill. However, during the planned restart, a transformer broke down.