Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) is set highlight the services and mechanicsms used in transformer oil tests at its ‘Transformer Oil Test Laboratory’ at a leading exhibition in Dubai, UAE this month.
National Grid Saudi Arabia has signed a multi-million dollar agreement with US-based Doble Engineering for assistance in developing and maintaining a state-of-the-art electric power grid.
The terms and details of this agreement wi
Computer hardware and electronics manufacturer Asus is set to launch new Transformer Books for the Saudi Arabia market on December 31.
The Transformer Book T100 and Transformer Book Trio are the latest models in a wide range of mo
SPTC, a joint venture between Crompton Greaves Limited (CG), a pioneering leader in the management and application of electrical energy, and Saudi Transformer Company, has opened its flagship power transformer factory in Dammam Industrial City i
Eurocooler, a leading French company specialised in cooling radiators for the power transformer industry, will present its innovations at the Middle East Electricity (MEE) 2012 exhibition in Dubai.
MEE 2012 will run from February 7 to 9 at
Taiwan-based Asus, a leading manufacturer of computer products, has launched its new Android honeycomb tablet computer in the UAE.
Starting at Dh1,899 ($517), the Asus Eee Pad Transformer is available at all Carrefour stores in the country
ABB said it has won an order worth $24 million from the Ministry of Electricity and Water in Kuwait to supply over 700 dry-type transformers to the country’s national power and water utility.
A leading power and automation technology group
Four 500MVA and sixteen 80 MVA transformers have been delivered to Reem Island by Abu Dhabi Transmission and Dispatch Company (Transco) in co-ordination with Bunya, for supply of electricity to the island.
This signals that work on the pri
Marina West, Bahrain’s iconic new residential development on the Kingdom’s west coast, has said that work on developing the substation is reaching an advanced stage and is expected to be completed by April 2008.
A 66kV/11kV electrical subs