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ACM at Wire China 2012 - stand W5C15

by wireworld on 08/22/2012 - 04:29 pm
Tag: Wire China

ACM AB, Sweden at WIRE China 2012 in Shanghai 25-28 September In co-operation with the ACM representative China Guangzhou Weier Precise Instrument Company

 

 

Stand: W5C15 Stand personal from ACM, Stefan Askenfors From Guangzhou Weier Precise Instrument Company, Wang Ming Hai

 

 

On Display:

 

The well know KSM "off-line" measuring unit for cables are now delivered to all continents in over 200 units. Several units are already in operation in China among others by 2 Test Institutes. The system consists of 6 different parts.

 

 

1. Accurate measuring, as a replacement of manual methods The basic very accurate and quick KSM measuring unit is pr ...

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Hu An Cable bags S$20.8 mln of Contracts

by wireworld on 08/21/2012 - 11:16 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Hu An Cable Holdings Ltd has secured contracts worth 105.6 million yuan (S$20.8 million) from China Power Investment Corporation, one of China's leading power generation company.

 

 

The contracts, bagged by wholly owned subsidiary Wuxi Hu An Wire And Cable Co Ltd, involve the delivery of power cables to 25 wind, solar and hydroelectric power plants across China.

 

 

The group expects to deliver over 80 per cent of the contract value in FY2012 and the rest in FY2013.

Submarine Electricity Cable Market Wi...

by wireworld on 08/21/2012 - 10:01 pm
Tag: Press Releases

Demand for submarine cables for electricity transmission is growing  steadily, as national governments and regional organizations ramp up  efforts to build offshore renewable power generation facilities, link       remote landmasses, and interconnect their national grids. Even the most conservative models of existing and planned cables show that the       industry will continue to experience substantial growth. According to a new report from Pike Research, a part of Navigant's Energy Practice, however, this growth will be impossible to realize using only the current, already strained, cha ...

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Transmission Line Would Bring More Wi...

by wireworld on 08/20/2012 - 09:47 pm
Tag: Projects

Indiana electric utilities choking on federal environmental rules that threaten their coal and oil-powered generating stations might be able to tap wind power generated in the plains states starting in 2017.

 

 

Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners plans to build a $2 billion, 700-mile transmission line from Kansas to an existing transmission line in Sullivan County in southwest Indiana that connects to eastern states.

 

 

The precise path of the “Grain Belt Express” transmission line hasn’t been set, but it would likely pass into southwestern Indiana from Ilinois.  Property negotiations and/or regulatory approvals are being sou ...

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