Review of the Latest Company News

Marshall Tufflex Nomination for Made By Britain Initiative

We are very pleased that Marshall Tufflex has been nominated by Amber Rudd MP as a leading example of manufacturing from the Hastings and Rye constituency for Voltis Home, our domestic voltage optimiser.

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Siemens to Increase Power Transmission Capacity Between England and Scotland

In a consortium with the Milan-based leading cable company Prysmian, Siemens Energy is to build a submarine DC interconnector in the Irish Sea. The order is worth more than 1.1 billion euros for the consortium.

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EIC Announces Access to £29.2m Funding

The Energy Innovation Centre has revealed access to £29.2m of funding for innovators and companies looking to bring new ideas for tomorrow’s energy industry to market.

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ABB to Acquire Thomas & Betts

ABB and Thomas & Betts Corporation recently announced that both companies’ boards of directors have agreed to a transaction in which ABB will acquire Thomas & Betts for $72 per share in cash or approximately $3.9 billion.

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Nexeon Scores a Double Triumph

Nexeon has been given two major accolades at this year’s Rushlight Awards, including the overall Clean Energy Award. This award recognises the progress made by Nexeon in developing silicon-based anodes for next generation lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries.

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Tratos Wins Multi Million Pound Ethiopian Dam Contract

Specialist cable manufacturer Tratos Cavi Spa has been awarded the multi million pound contract to supply the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam with low and high voltage cable.

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2012 to be the year of enterprise

Mark Prisk unveils a brand new interactive calendar listing key enterprise events throughout the year. The StartUp 2012: Enterprise Calendar on the StartUp Britain website highlights over 600 enterprise events across the country.

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Nexans Goes Live On Grid With World’s First Fault Current Limiter

Nexans has successfully commissioned the world’s first resistive superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) based on second-generation superconductor tapes.

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ABB Wins HV Electrical Contract for E.ON’s Biomass Energy Project

ABB has been awarded a major contract by energy company E.ON to supply the HV installation for a biomass-fired renewable energy plant under construction at Blackburn Meadows, near Sheffield.

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