01 June 2020

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US power major GE has launched its 1.7-103 wind turbine in India. 1.7-103 is GE's first wind turbine developed and engineered specifically for India’s low wind speed conditions. For wind farm operators, the turbine’s large 103-m rotor will help deliver high-efficiency output and attractive project economics. The 1.7-103 also provides a 30 per cent increase in annual energy production compared to its predecessor, the 1.6-82.5 wind turbine. A 100-mw wind farm powered by 1.7-103 turbines can generate the electricity required to fulfill the needs of 413,000 Indian homes per year and offset carbon emissions of 291,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year, the release noted. This turbine uses GE’s evolutionary technology platform and is based on the success of the 22,000 GE wind turbines installed globally.






Equipment major Atlas Copco has announced the launch of its new generator range in India. The QAX range of portable generators which is uniquely designed with customised features, improved fuel efficiency, easier maintenance and increased lifetime will be produced at the company’s manufacturing facility at Chakan in Maharashtra. The new generator range is designed for fast, easy and safe transportation and on-site handling on virtually any unprepared surface. It is reported Atlas Copco’s Predictable Power helps lead the industry towards increasingly smaller, more flexible machines that can easily be combined for larger projects. Among the important benefits customers enjoy are significantly reduced costs, improved fuel efficiency, easier maintenance and increased lifetime.






Haute Déco is a London-based company specialising in luxury contemporary door handles,designing and manufacturing high-quality, statement led door handles which add a touch of contemporary glamour to prime interiors. The iconic Signature Collection is their star collection, and epitomises Haute Déco’s distinctive style of understated contemporary glamour. The concept and proprietary processes have been  developed at the company’s workshop in Hampshire where the collection is produced. Bronze elements, plated and polished to a variety of metal finishes, are cast into Cristalle glass, an alternative material to crystal specific to Haute Déco: as translucent as the purest crystals yet extremely durable so that it will not chip, it can, unlike glass, be cast around metal; the secret to its soft glow is in the multi stages of the polishing process, which is done by hand. The collection comprises coordinated door knobs, lever handles, cabinet knobs and centre knobs, and comes in a wide range of metal colours either polished for a mirror effect or satin for a soft glow. On-trend are a contemporary satin gold and the subtle rose gold, two precious finishes where door furniture is effectively turned into door jewellery.

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