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Improving Vietnam’s transmission grid

Siemens received an order to improve the performance of the nationwide transmission grid

New housing for connector system

The new CombiTac from Stäubli Electrical Connectors features centralised locking

Self-repairing polymers

UK environmentally-friendly self-healing cable repair project could save millions


Electric avenues

Scotland’s first new power conductor in almost 30 years goes live

Keeping transformers cool

Andreas Schneider introduces robust fans for oil-cooled high-power transformers

Rolling bearing selection - look at the bigger picture

When selecting rolling bearings for industrial plant, machines and equipment, it is important to analyse the total cost of ownership not just the purchase price of the bearings, says Dr Steve Lacey

Powerful cable for grids

Ensures higher electrical performances, lower costs and better environmental sustainability

Energy and the Internet of Things

Martyn Williams discusses how to future-proof Britain’s energy infrastructure

Flow regulator valve secures investment

Oxford Flow, a developer of precision engineered products, has secured the first investment from Oxford's new £320m investment company

Preventing power outages

Monitoring platform that consists of smart grid sensors and predictive grid analytics software

Embedded databases help make grids smarter

Steinar Sande explores how embedding controllers around a grid can help measure power flows, demand requirements, etc, and leads to real-time management for best performance

Energy: act now to mitigate risk

Mike Ballard examines the UK National Grid’s annual forecast for the country’s expected energy supply and demand

Substation investment boom in wake of transmission and distribution contracts

Growing investment in transmission and distribution networks to meet the demands of expanding populations also means demand for – and investment in - new substations. Eugene McCarthy reports

Variable speeds and ease of configuration top actuator demands

Advanced actuation technologies that have variable speed capabilities allow users to configure each device so that they support a wider range of requirements. Eugene McCarthy reports

Tubular handle with high electrical insulation properties

Provides both high electrical resistivity and high resistance to mechanical wear and to chemical attack.

Five-year global single source agreement signed

ABB chosen by Shell as global supplier for low-voltage switchgear and motor control centres

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