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Dry-type transformers aluminum strip generally use 1060 aluminum alloy, the aluminum content is more than 99.6%, it is also known as pure aluminum and commonly used series of aluminum strip. The advantages of this series are the most commonly used series, the production process is relatively simple, relatively mature technology, the price has a huge advantage relative to other high-grade aluminum alloy. 1060 aluminum strip has…

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Here’s What You Need to Know About Sodium Sulfur (NaS) Batteries 27th February 2023

A sodium sulfur (NaS) or sodium sulphur battery is a molten salt battery made up of liquid sodium (Na) and sulfur (S). In recent times, sodium sulfur batteries have gained prominence as one of the most suitable long-duration battery system technologies.







Moreover, the need for a constant and reliable power supply makes sodium sulfur batteries the ideal choice for stationary energy storage due to enhanced safety, environmental benignity, large capacity, and long… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on March 9, 2023 at 1:10am — No Comments

Will Inductive Charging be the Future of EV Charging

Even though electric vehicle charging is new, the technology has rapidly developed in the recent past. What was previously a technology that allowed an electric vehicle to charge fully in 8 hours has now progressed to allowing full charge within 30 minutes. Demand for charging stations has also increased with the growth in the sales of electric vehicles. Either way, electric vehicle charging can be done through cable or wireless.



1) Charging through a cable (Manual plug in… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on February 14, 2023 at 6:38am — No Comments

Top 7 Largest Hydroelectric Power Plants In India

Here are the top seven largest hydropower projects in India with their hydropower capacity.



Tehri Hydroelectric Power Plant (2400 MW)

Koyna Hydroelectric Project (1960 MW)

Sri Sailam Hydro Power Plant (1670 MW)

Nathpa Jhakri Hydro Power Plant (1500 MW)

Sardar Sarovar Hydroelectric Project (1450 MW)

Bhakra Nangal Hydroelectric Power Plant (1325 MW)

Chamera Hydro Power Plant (1071 MW)





India’s quest for renewable energy sources

With… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on February 13, 2023 at 1:35am — No Comments

How Is 3D Printing Changing the Construction Industry?

3D printing in construction is a technology to watch out for. Recent developments like 3D printed houses and 3D printed buildings have shown a glimpse of the immense potential of 3D printing technology. It can speed up the construction process and timeline, reduce carbon footprint and utilize waste and recycled building material.







However, in its present form, it’s far from achieving scalable adaptability in the mainstream construction industry. Adding to that, the… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on February 9, 2023 at 7:12am — No Comments

What is Modular Construction? Types, Pros and Cons, and Applications

Modular construction refers to offsite building construction under controlled factory setting conditions. Unlike a “stick-built” structure that is built piece by piece, modular structures are produced in “modules” or separate sections. Permanent modular buildings and relocatable modular buildings are the main types of modular construction buildings.







Although the modular construction concept has been around for over 100 years, the unique opportunities of modular… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on February 8, 2023 at 6:45am — No Comments

All You Need to Know About an Energy Storage System (ESS)

An energy storage system (ESS) is a device or group of devices used to store energy and supply it for later use. Battery, chemical, electrochemical, mechanical, and thermal are some of the popular energy storage systems available to meet everyday energy needs.







Energy storage systems make it easier to store and deliver energy where and when needed to create a more resilient energy infrastructure and provide cost savings to consumers and utilities. Furthermore, these ensure… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 20, 2022 at 12:03am — No Comments

International Competitive Bidding: A Comprehensive Guide

nternational competitive bidding (ICB) is a process in which companies from different countries compete to provide goods, services, or works to a buyer. This process is often used by governments and international organizations to procure goods and services, and it is intended to provide a fair and transparent way to award contracts.







The objective of ICB is to provide all eligible bidders a timely and adequate notification about a buyer's requirements. Furthermore, it also… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 20, 2022 at 12:02am — No Comments

Your Guide to Construction Takeoff and Free Construction Estimating Software

Construction takeoff is the first step of the construction cost estimating process and provides a comprehensive understanding of the project material requirements and related costs. It is also commonly known as a “bill of quantities,” “material takeoff” (MTO), “quantity takeoff” (QTO), and “construction material takeoff.”







Escalating material costs and razor-thin margins make it all the more necessary to estimate project expenses and materials correctly. Therefore,… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 15, 2022 at 6:03am — No Comments

A Guide to Construction Bidding Process (& Where to Find Bidding Opportunities)

The construction bidding process involves the submission of a construction bid or a tender to the project owner to undertake the construction of a new project. The bidding process sometimes calls for bids to manage a construction project.







Construction bidding allows a general contractor or a construction manager to expand their businesses. On the project owner's part, various construction bids from prospective bidders allow getting the project done at the lowest bid or… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 14, 2022 at 4:45am — No Comments

South Korea aims to host world's first floating city by 2025

A UN-backed initiative to build a floating city off the coast of Busan, South Korea, has been proposed to pioneer a new form of life in the face of climate-related sea-level rises.







The local administration struck a deal with UN-Habitat and Oceanix, a company formed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels Group.







The goal is to construct a metropolis constructed of hexagonal modules that can withstand a category five hurricane.







South… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 13, 2022 at 12:53am — No Comments

EUR 40 billion Tel Aviv Metro to be led by Egis

Egis, a French infrastructure company, has been awarded the concession to manage the creation of a new €40 billion subterranean metro system in Tel Aviv, billed as Israel's largest infrastructure project ever.







The new metro will consist of three lines with a total length of 150 kilometers and 109 stations.







For the first 18 months, Egis and local partner Gadish Group will assist project owner NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd. - the state… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 9, 2022 at 3:54am — No Comments

The winning bids for the Massachusetts offshore wind RfP totaled 1.6 GW

Massachusetts will obtain power from Mayflower Wind LLC and Vineyard Wind LLC's 1,600 MW offshore wind projects after selecting their bids as providing "the greatest overall value" to customers.







In May, the developers responded to a Request for Proposals (RFP). Their status as solicitation winners allows them to proceed to contract negotiations, according to the Massachusetts government. Following successful contract negotiations and regulatory approval, final contracts… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 8, 2022 at 1:08am — No Comments

Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Development

Public Private Partnership (PPP) is a long-term contractual agreement between a government agency and a private sector entity to develop public service facilities and infrastructure assets. The core objective of the PPP project delivery model is to use less public money and raise private capital through a mutual reward and risk-sharing agreement with a private entity or a consortium of private sector entities. The participation of the private sector in public-private partnership projects… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 6, 2022 at 1:14am — No Comments

What Is Qualitative Market Research? Why Do We Need It?

Qualitative market research, qualitative research, or qual research is a primary market research method that collects and analyzes non-numerical data and uses observation methods, as well as unstructured questioning techniques to provide actionable insights to researchers.







Qualitative market research goes beyond surface-level metrics and statistics to answer questions like “how do customers feel about various brands and why.” Such nuanced information helps grasp consumer… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 5, 2022 at 2:28am — No Comments

All You Need to Know About BOT (Build Operate Transfer) Project

Build Operate Transfer model or Build Own Operate Transfer model is an investment model and a project delivery method, usually used for large-scale infrastructure projects. In such projects, a private entity receives a concession from the government, directly or indirectly, to design and construct a facility stated in the concession contract or MoU.







The private company also invests at its own risk during the construction phase. In return, the private firm gets the… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 2, 2022 at 12:51am — No Comments

What Is Digital Twin Technology? Is It Worth the Hype?

Also known as “process simulation technology,” digital twin technology has gained a lot of momentum in recent times with applications spanning the automotive industry, healthcare services, manufacturing operations, power generation equipment, urban planning and more. Digital twins (DTs) are an integral part of Industry 4.0 (4IR or the Fourth Industrial Revolution) and form the foundation for connected products and services.







A digital twin is a virtual representation of… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on December 1, 2022 at 2:20am — No Comments

What is an EPC Contract? Here's What You Need to Know

An EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) Contract in the construction industry is a contractual agreement between a project owner and the contractor. The contractual framework in an EPC contract enables the owner to transfer the complete risk of design, procurement, and construction to the contractor. The contractor is solely responsible for completing the project and handing it over to the owner in a turnkey condition. This is why EPC contracts are sometimes called turnkey… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on November 28, 2022 at 2:41am — No Comments

Ireland's NTR and Microsoft sign an 86-MW wind PPA in Sweden

NTR Plc, an Irish renewable energy producer and investor, has signed an agreement with Microsoft Corp. to discharge electricity from an 86-MW wind farm project in Sweden.







The corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) is based on the Norra Vedbo wind project, which NTR and Reichmuth Infrastructure, a division of Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co, jointly own. The agreement is in line with the software giant's ambition to run its data centers in Sweden entirely on… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on November 24, 2022 at 3:05am — No Comments

10 Tips on How to Get More Construction Project Leads

If you are a construction contractor or construction project manager, you must have wondered how to generate leads in construction or how to get construction leads.







Are you one of those construction contractors looking for viable construction leads to grow your business? Construction lead generation is a strategy driven by precision and perseverance. Finding quality leads is an ongoing challenge that requires a well-rounded approach to lead generation in construction… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on November 23, 2022 at 2:29am — No Comments

UK begins round 4 of 12-GW auction under CfD auction scheme

The Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, which will support up to 12 GW of renewable electricity generation capacity, has entered its fourth allocation phase.







As part of the government's renewable energy auction system, the support program will provide GBP 285 million every year to low-carbon electricity projects.







This is the largest round in the scheme, with more capacity being awarded than in the previous three rounds… Continue

Added by sreeja palla on November 22, 2022 at 7:07am — No Comments

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