Computer scientist Randy Katz named vice chancellor for research

Katz, the United Microelectronics Corporation Distinguished Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, will assume the position Jan. 1, 2018.

Technological Breakthrough for Insulators

Nano-science and nanotechnology will lead technological breakthroughs in the next few years for innovative solutions for the energy sector. Current concepts of nanotechnology for outdoor insulators, microstructure reinforcement of porcelain body by ceramic nanoparticles and nano-coating for self-cleaning characteristics, will continue under.
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Anolis appoints Peer Oestergaard as Sales Director

Peer will be managing and co-ordinating Anolis sales teams globally and ensuring that the brand continues to proactively build its profile, visibility and reputation for quality and innovative products and excellent service worldwide.

ENGIE Confirms its Position as Solar No 1 in France

As part of the fourth session of the fourth call for solar tenders organised by the Energy regulatory commission, ‘CRE 4-4’, ENGIE, through its ENGIE Green, LANGA and Compagnie Nationale du Rhône subsidiaries, has won 25 photovoltaic projects in France, nearly 230 MW out of the 720 MW awarded.
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