Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) emissions contributions to international global warming may be well published, but today the electricity industry is using one of the most potent greenhouse gases known to mankind in considerable volumes.
Australian Switchgear Manufacturer NOJA Power is today honoured with a high ranking in the annual Australian Financial Review’s (AFR’s) “Most Innovative Companies” event. Awarded the 13th position overall, NOJA Power was the highest-ranking representative of the energy industry in the Australia Pacific region.
“Australia’s electricity system is in transition. There is no going back from the massive industrial, technological and economic changes facing our electricity system. No country is immune to the change. What distinguishes countries’ approaches to the transition is how well-prepared they are in ensuring a secure, reliable and affordable electricity system.”
Brisbane, Qld, Australia - February 14, 2017 - Since the company's inception, Electrical Switchgear Engineers NOJA Power has been committed to providing customers reliable and sustainable solutions for medium voltage switchgear products.
Brisbane, Qld, Australia – 2016 – Electrical switchgear engineers NOJA Power today announces that its VISI-SWITCH® OLB15-16-800 Load Break Switch will be commercially available in early 2017. VISI-SWITCH® enables three-phase, medium-voltage distribution network manual isolation.
Electrical switchgear engineers NOJA Power today announces the release of its 300 series single triple Automatic Circuit Recloser (ACR). The 300 series single triple product is based on the company’s proven OSM38 single pole ACR combined with the comprehensively re-engineered RC10 controller to meet the specific demands of the U.S. electricity distribution sector.
Electrical switchgear engineers NOJA Power today announces that its OSM range of Automatic Circuit Reclosers (ACR) can be used in series with a set of single-phase disconnect links to meet the insulation co-ordination requirements specified in International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standard IEC 60071.
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