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IDEMI-Mumbai  3-day start-up bootcamp

Institute for Design of Electrical Measuring Instruments, Mumbai, in partnership with the Chamber of Small Industry Associations (COSIA), Thane is launching its incubation services with a 3-day Start-up Bootcamp between the 12th to 14th July. Final year students with entrepreneurial spirits and existing enterprises that seek to develop a new idea can apply now for the programme. The boot camp is being organized in partnership with Gesellschaft fuer Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH and the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MoMSME).
DNV GL launches LVRT testing services in India to improve security of supply and support grid stability
DNV GL launched their full suite of LV ride through testing services for the Indian wind power market to support grid stability and improve security of supply. The GoI has ambitious plans to achieve 175 GW of renewable energy capacity by 2022, 60 GW being in wind energy, to complement its growth plans. Whilst wind energy becomes more of an integral part of the Indian power system, operators of transmission networks have added more stringent requirements for grid connected wind turbines. The LVRT test provides transmission network operators and wind turbine manufacturers with reliable voltage dip capability results. DNV GL launches its LVRT testing services, following up with the CERC mandate to make these tests grid compliant for all operating wind turbines. DNV GL will now offer a full suite of LVRT Testing services in India, with respect to container design and build, scheduling, forecasting, demand estimation, contingency plans and protection system. After successfully commissioning 20,000 LVRT tests on 50 different wind turbines being operated worldwide, and leveraging over 20 years of operating experience in India, DNV GL aims to now support the growing demand for accredited testing services.

TUV Rheinland India to launch testing facilities in AMTZ

TUV Rheinland India, has joined hands with Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ) to set up testing facilities in the country’s first medical technology manufacturing park on the PPP mode. The subsidiary of TUV Rheinland Group, Germany, will invest about Rs 85 Cr over a period of 4-5 years in the recently established medtech park at Vizag to help it achieve its objective of reducing medical device imports, production cost and partner with industry to deliver quality medical devices to local market, and eventually increase the export of world class medical devices to the international market. As AMTZ is investing on infra & test equipment, it is evident that TUV Rheinland will have a very special price for the medical device manufacturers within the zone. Also, as these world class test facilities are within the zone, medical device manufacturers can use labs that are available in next door.

India Electrical Testing Services Market anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.4%, 2016-2026

A new report published by Future Market Insights titled “Electrical Testing Services Market: India Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2016–2026” presents detailed insights on the market scenario in India, the electrical testing services market is anticipated to hit a market revenue of more than INR 1,000 Cr by 2016 end. According to Future Market Insights, factors positively affecting the growth of the market includes frequent testing of electrical equipment to restrict breakdowns, rapid electrification of the railway lines, improving transmission and distribution network and improving production of steel in the country, demand and growth of electric power requirement in villages. The other factors that are creating robust development in India electrical testing services market, are steady Increase in Steel Production, periodical electrical testing results in long life of the equipment and focus on electrical equipment and personnel safety. The published report also incorporates and highlights the emerging trends shaping the market, opportunities to further improve the market and macroeconomic factors governing the growth and size of the market from a larger perspective. Improvement in transmission and distribution network of India is one of the primer driver associated with the growth of the market. Few restraints are however hampering the growth of the India electrical testing services market. For instance high cost of testing equipment and requirement of qualified personnel, and increase in in-house capabilities are acting as deterrents for electrical testing services market in India, the report said.

BHEL to provide T&M equipment to NMDC

The Bangalore unit of Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) will be providing various T&M equipment for Power Plant Distribution System (PPDS) of NMDC Ltd’s upcoming 3 MTPA Steel Plant at Nagarnar in Bastar region of Chhattisgarh. 


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