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Siemens Automates New York Subway Line
Siemens to install CBTC rail automation technology on the Queens line, increasing the number of trains and passenger capacity on one of New York City Transit's busiest lines.
DOE Initiatives Offer More than $1 Billion to Advance Clean Energy Technologies
As part of the Clean Power Plan, the DOE is making up to $1 billion in loan guarantees available to support commercial-scale energy projects, such as rooftop solar with storage and smart grid technology.
Springfield Electric Promotes Germeraad to Sales Manager
Scott Germeraad, former Operations Coordinator at Springfield Electric Supply Company, has been promoted to Lighting and Design sales manager.
IAC Supply Solutions Expands Facilities in Arkansas and Tennessee
The distributor recently moved into their new 12,000 square foot facility in Blytheville, Ark., as well as completed a 6,000 square foot renovation project in their Memphis, Tenn. headquarters.
US Stocks Edge Lower in Midday Trading After Two-Day Surge
Stocks fell heavily in the first two days of trading this week on concerns about the health of China's economy. The market then rebounded sharply over the next two days as investors decided the sell-off was overdone.
Eaton Appoints Staci Kroon and Nanda Kumar to Executive Positions
Staci Kroon is the new Executive Vice President of Eaton Business System and Nanda Kumar has been named President of Eaton's Aerospace Group.
Blazer Golf Tournament Raises $25,000 for Training and Scholarships
Employees, customers and vendors participated in the Colorado golf tournament, raising scholarship and training funds for local chapters of IEC and the IBEW.
AP: 10 Things to Know Today
Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Friday, August 28 including new details about the man who shot two people on live TV are emerging, reaction to the Chinese stock market drop may have been overblown, a major tropical storm moves toward land and Facebook reaches a big milestone. Read more…