Yesterday, Saudi Electricity Company (SEC)'s CEO, Ali Al-Barrak, signed the agreements to award five contracts worth SR 3.03 billion ($ 808 million) to set up two transformers and three power transmission lines at the ceremony in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Two people from Burriana and Castellón, Spain, have been arrested yesterday for alleged transformer theft. Apparently, the Sant Mateu Police received a notice informing them that two people were stealing an electrical transformer with the intention to transport it to a ship.
Yesterday morning a power cut occurred in several areas of Corrientes, Argentina, due to a transformer fault at the 500 kV Puerto Bastiani station in the Chaco Province. The power supply was provided from an alternative source at Paso de la Patria.
FBI is investigating an apparent real-world attack on San Jose power station which happened earlier this year, according to Foreign Policy. Apparently, two unidentified gunmen fired "military-style" weapons at transformers at the San Jose PG&E substation in an act some see as sabotage.
Canadian Pacific will soon transport 16 giant electrical transformers, each measuring 10.3 m in length, 4.3 m in width and 5.2 m in height, and weighing 325 tons to Alberta, Canada for a large power transmission line project.
ABB has won an order worth around $ 37 million from PSE S.A., Poland’s state owned transmission system operator, to deliver 12 power transformers as part of an initiative to strengthen the national grid.
Pointe Claire Mayor Morris Trudeau announced last week at city hall that PCBs will be removed from the Reliance Power Equipment Ltd. by Christmas. The facility made news in August for illegally storing electrical transformers containing polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) and ignoring several calls to remove the contaminants. According to Trudeau, all contaminants deemed highly dangerous […]
The Malambo capacity will soon double due to $ 24 million investment from Electricaribe in construction and expansion of two substations. The project will benefit different areas of Barranquilla metropolitan area, Colombia.
Indian electrical equipment industry witnessed 6 % growth in the first six months of 2013-14. Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association (IEEMA) attributed the rise to domestic demand.