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Nexans Breaks Ground on its First High Voltage (HV) Cable Manufacturing Plant in North America

Guests at the official ground-breaking ceremony held at the site on 13 June in Berkeley County, located in Charleston, South Carolina included the Honorable Nikki Haley, Governor of South Carolina, Fréderic Michelland, Nexans Senior Corporate Executive Vice President responsible for the global High Voltage and Submarine cables business as well as North and South America, and Steve Hall, Executive Vice President Nexans North and South America areas.

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Saft Provides Smart Battery Storage for Schüco’s Intelligent Solar energy Management Solution

Saft, the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of high‐technology batteries for industry, is providing Lithium-ion (Li-ion) based smart storage solutions for Schüco's innovative Energy Manager in-building PV energy storage system. The new system, on show at Intersolar 2012, will be made commercially available this summer.

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Osram and Hess Conclude a Strategic Collaboration

Hess AG will from now on drive the development of its luminaire range towards LED in strategic partnership with Osram. Hess will equip LED luminaires for street and architectural lighting with Osram LED modules type Streetlight RAP and the electronic control gear Optotronic OT 3DIM.

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Eaton White Paper Examines Benefits of Preventative Maintenance for UPS

With more and more companies relying on an Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) to deliver continuous power without any disruption to their business, Eaton has published a white paper that explores how preventative maintenance can maximise UPS reliability.

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SCHOTT Solar Continues its Realignment Efforts in the Field of Photovoltaics

SCHOTT Solar AG is continuing with its realignment efforts with respect to its activities in the area of photovoltaics and will be concentrating on its fast-growing module and project business in the future.

 

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