Supplier News

  1. ABB’s New Inverter To Feed Photovoltaic Power Into The Grid, Safely And Reliably
    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.
  2. Emerson Wins Contract To Automate Jindal Steel & Power’s New 810-MW Thermal Power Plant
    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
  3. Emerson To Install PlantWeb® Digital Architecture With Ovation® Control System At New 300-MW, Combined Cycle Power Plant
    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.
  4. Emerson To Digitally Automate The First Supercritical Coal-Fired Power Plant In The Czech Republic
    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.
  5. Emerson’s Ovation Expert Control Technology Selected For Automation Of New Concentrating Solar Power Plants In Spain
    Emerson Process Management announced recently that over the last year the company has been selected to install its Ovation control technology at six new solar plants in Spain
  6. Trimble Announces Updated Suite Of Mapping And GIS Software With New Postprocessing Engine
    Trimble announced recently significant updates to its entire portfolio of Mapping & GIS field and office software products. These enhancements focus on improved Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) accuracy for data collection under a variety of conditions that deliver additional benefits to users of Trimble Mapping & GIS solutions.
  7. Emerson’s Scenario Simulation Technology To Streamline Startup Of New 515-MW Paju Combined Heat & Power Plant In Korea
    Emerson Process Management announced today that it has won a contract to install its Scenario® simulation technology at the new 515-MW Paju Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Plant. The contract was awarded by the Korea District Heating Corp
  8. Trimble's New Placer Gold GPS Receivers Available For Public Safety AVL Applications
    Trimble announced recently the availability of its Placer Gold receiver, a 12 channel Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver that provides reliable, fully-configurable vehicle location and reporting for mission critical Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) applications.
  9. Sybase And Verizon Team Up To Manage Mobility Solutions For Enterprises Worldwide
    Sybase, Inc., an industry leader in delivering enterprise and mobile software, and Verizon, a leader in delivering and managing communications innovations for enterprise customers, recently announced they are teaming up to enable multinational companies to effectively manage the deployment and ongoing support of their growing mobile workforce.
  10. Emerson And Mitsubishi Team Successfully Convert Combustion Turbines To Dual-Fuel Operation At Termocandelaria Power Plant In Colombia
    Emerson Process Management announced the completion of a dual fuel-conversion initiative that enables the Termocandelaria power plant to operate using either natural gas or oil.