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Ares to Argo
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 20, 2018 at 7:33 pm

Major sale of electric transmission line in New Jersey, NYC Ares EIF, the power and infrastructure strategy at Ares Management, and Starwood Energy Group Global, LLC, a leading private investment firm focused on energy infrastructure, announced today that they have signed an agreement to sell their respective interests in Hudson Transmission Partners, to an investment […]

High Voltage Hipots
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 20, 2018 at 7:29 pm

New portable AC hipot released from upstate N.Y. company Upstate New York-based company High Voltage, Inc., a test equipment manufacturer that produces over half its inventory for the export market, announced the release of a new CE marked portable AC hipot this week. The new portable can be used for testing switchgear, vacuum interrupters, and […]

Canadian Acquisition
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 20, 2018 at 7:26 pm

Wolseley Canada acquires James Electric With EA‘s October international issue about to hit the press, this important international acquisition comes at the perfect time, and not far from home. Keith Strachan, general manager, Wolseley Canada Western Region recently announced the acquisition of James Electric Motor Services, a market leader in the sale of pumps and […]

Duke Ash Spill
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 20, 2018 at 7:23 pm

Sutton Power Station hit by Hurricane Florence, situation monitored Almost exactly one year ago to the day, we had Duke Energy’s ongoing saga of coal ash plants playing out against the backdrop of a catastrophic hurricane. Last year, the company was battling in court over coal ash practices, while helping its Florida customers recover from […]

WEF Awards
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 20, 2018 at 7:20 pm

2018 WEF Awards honor wastewater industry’s best research Ahead of WEFTEC 2018, which will be held September 29 to October 3 in New Orleans, The Water Environment Federation (WEF), announced its 2018 award recipients for published papers this week. The WEF Published Papers Awards recognize WEF members for valuable research that has the potential for […]

Inspiring Hiring
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 13, 2018 at 7:31 pm

Baltimore’s EMR offers tips for training and staffing We all know one of the most pressing issues facing service companies is that of staffing. Who to hire? Where to find skilled workers? How to attract, have a discourse with, and understand Millennials? As companies across the U.S. grapple with these questions, Electrical Apparatus is constantly […]

Dark Side Of The Sun
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 13, 2018 at 7:24 pm

A recent storm in Hawaii reveals the plus-minus of rooftop solar Downpours from Tropical Storm Lane battered Hawaii in late August, and the highly touted solar industry there, recently championed for being one of the first sustainable systems to power an entire state, felt it had dodged a bullet. 13,000 Hawaiian Electric (HECO) customers lost […]

Partners in Printing
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 13, 2018 at 7:22 pm

Siemens and EOS accelerate additive manufacturing EOS, a technology supplier in the field of industrial 3D printing of metals and polymers, and the multi-faceted company Siemens continue their close collaboration to further accelerate additive manufacturing technology (commonly known as 3D printing) and application. The current cooperation includes the areas software, automation and drive technology and […]

Hurricane Florence
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 13, 2018 at 7:19 pm

Utilities in the Carolinas brace for an unpredictable storm Hurricane season is upon us again, and a new region is threatened this September. The Carolinas, which were last impacted severely by Hurricane Matthew in 2015, evacuated coastal areas earlier this week expecting an overnight landfall of Hurricane Florence in the early hours of Thursday morning. […]

Units of VFDs
Posted by Charlie Barks on September 13, 2018 at 7:12 pm

Foreign company strengthens presence in U.S. With Electrical Apparatus‘ international issue approaching next month, it’s always a good idea to keep foreign companies on your radar. Here’s an instance of a company with origins in the Middle East that is strengthening its presence in the United States through the launch of a new product line […]

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