Supplier News

  1. Emerson’s Ovation™ Documentation Builder Helps Utilities Meet European Documentation Requirements
    6/11/2010
    Emerson Process Management introduces the Ovation™ Documentation Builder, an integrated suite of software products that helps power utilities meet European documentation standards through consistent process engineering, process control and electrical engineering design.
  2. Emerson Chosen To Modernize Controls At Ekibastuz GRES-1, Largest Thermal Power Plant In Kazakhstan
    6/9/2010
    Emerson Process Management has received two contracts to modernize controls at the Ekibastuz GRES-1 thermal power plant with its PlantWeb digital plant architecture and Ovation expert control system.
  3. Caterpillar Introduces XQ1250G Natural Gas Generator Set For Mobile Applications
    4/15/2010
    Caterpillar is pleased to announce the availability of the XQ1250G natural gas mobile generator set. Sold and rented exclusively through Cat dealers, it is rated for continuous operation at 1,250 kW 480/277 V 60 Hz.
  4. ABB Wins $110 Million Order For Power Link To Offshore Platform
    4/12/2010
    ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth $110M from Eni Norway AS, to build a power link between a new oil and gas platform in the Barents Sea and the Norwegian power grid. The order was booked in the first quarter.
  5. Emerson Showcasing Grid Technologies At NEMA Smart Grid Event
    4/8/2010
    As utilities and companies continue to explore and develop a broad range of technologies that promise to spur the nation’s transition to a smarter, more efficient and reliable electric system, Emerson is once again in Washington D.C. to demonstrate its commitment to a Smart Grid.
  6. Caterpillar Inc. Announces Generator Set Technology Portfolio To Meet Tier 4 Interim Emissions Standards
    3/29/2010
    Caterpillar Inc. announced recently its portfolio of technologies to meet Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations for mobile and stationary generator sets. “Building on a legacy of diesel engine expertise, we are ready to meet the next phase of emissions compliancy,” said William J. Rohner, vice president of Caterpillar Electric Power Division.
  7. ABB’s New Inverter To Feed Photovoltaic Power Into The Grid, Safely And Reliably
    3/12/2010
    Photovoltaic energy is currently more expensive than conventional, higher-carbon energy sources, but it’s getting cheaper. Over the next five years, as photovoltaic module production capacities continue to grow and economies of scale are achieved, the cost of photovoltaic-based power generation is expected to fall to the same levels as peak-rate electricity from conventional sources.
  8. Emerson Wins Contract To Automate Jindal Steel & Power’s New 810-MW Thermal Power Plant
    1/22/2010
    Emerson Process Management has received a contract to automate a new 810-MW thermal power plant owned by Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. (JSPL). Emerson will install its PlantWeb digital plant architecture with the Ovation expert control system and AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager at the six-unit (6 X 135-MW), coal-fired plant to be located in Angul, Orissa, in eastern India
  9. Emerson To Install PlantWeb® Digital Architecture With Ovation® Control System At New 300-MW, Combined Cycle Power Plant
    1/12/2010
    Emerson Process Management announced recently that it will install its PlantWeb® digital plant architecture with the Ovation® expert control system at Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s Deer Creek Station. This new 300-MW, combined cycle plant, to be located near the town of White in southeastern South Dakota, is being built to help Basin Electric meet its members’ growing demand for power. The plant will serve as an intermediate supply unit that will run approximately 12-16 hours a day, cycling to meet demand.
  10. Emerson To Digitally Automate The First Supercritical Coal-Fired Power Plant In The Czech Republic
    12/15/2009
    Emerson Process Management has won a contract to apply its PlantWeb digital plant architecture with the Ovation expert control system to CEZ's new supercritical coal-fired unit being built at Ledvice power station in the Czech Republic.