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             Paladium Power Systems Company Inc. was  incorporated  in  Quezon  City, Philippines as a spin-off of the Gemini Technical Services Co. a partnership company organized in July 2010. It is envisioned to offer the electric power industry the conduct of routine inspections, tests, repairs, and service of electrical power system apparatus such as transformers, circuit breakers, cables,  switchgear assemblies, and the like, along with auxiliary and associated equipment comprised of control wiring, protective devices and relays,  supervisory equipment, indicating   and revenue metering instrument and other Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED) now used in the modern Power Stations.

Our Capability

ELECTRICAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TESTING, COMMISSIONING, PROTECTION UPGRADE, FIELD AND ACCEPTANCE TESTING especially in the field of Technical Services. With our vast      experiences while employed at the National Power Corporation, we take pride of offering also our expertise in FIELD COMMISSIONING, ie Interconnection Wiring, Panel Wiring, Primary Current Injection as well as DESIGN of Protection and Controls.     

 

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Fossil Automakers Abandon US Monthly Sales Reporting

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 07:01:07 +0000

Now, 2020 has rolled around and a bunch more automakers have decided to ditch monthly sales reporting. Nissan (& Infiniti), Jaguar Land Rover, and Volkswagen (including Audi, Porsche, etc.) announced the change with press releases. Others didn’t seem to announce it but just stopped publishing the monthly numbers (Mercedes, BMW, and Toyota)


Yikes — One Of My Favorite Political Commenters Bombs On 21st Century Energy

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 06:24:22 +0000

Ah, man. It’s annoying as heck to see people who you think are idiots screw up a topic you know well, but it’s an extra special kind of annoying when brilliant people screw up — massively — on that same topic. In this edition of “Smart people who don’t understand the energy industry of 2020,” we’ve got Fareed Zakaria of


10 “Worst Things” About Tesla Model 3 Ownership … Tesla Pollution Myth Debunked … Sony Electric Car — CleanTechnica Top 20

Credit to Author: Zachary Shahan| Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2020 04:30:54 +0000

The most popular CleanTechnica articles in January were, as it turns out, led by a bit of an unusual post for us. While it was a genuine list of the “worst things” about owning a Tesla Model 3 (from my perspective), there are buckets of humor enveloping it all


Engineering Group: American Gas Turbines Will Remain Relevant But Need Advancement

Credit to Author: Sonal Patel| Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 14:26:45 +0000

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Given current trends, the U.S. gas turbine industry is set to play a critically important role in power generation, aircraft propulsion, and the oil and gas industry “for decades to come,” but it could benefit from prioritized research and development (R&D) and technological leadership, a new publication from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and […]

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Dominion Latest to Set Net-Zero Carbon Goal

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 11:46:06 +0000

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Richmond, Virginia-based Dominion Energy has joined a growing list of power companies establishing net-zero emissions targets. The company, which has more than 7 million electricity and natural gas customers in 18 states, said it intends to reach its carbon dioxide and methane reduction goals by 2050. Under the net-zero framework, the company is committing to […]

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Why Do People Choose Careers in Engineering? [PODCAST]

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2020 09:44:16 +0000

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Do you want to solve important problems, contribute to society, and help people? Well, then, you may want to become an engineer. At least that’s why some successful engineers have said they entered and persist in the occupation, according to a recent study published by DiscoverE, an engineering outreach organization based in Alexandria, Virginia. The […]

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DOH: Butuanon River in Cebu found positive for poliovirus

CEBU CITY —- Samples collected from the Butuanon River in Cebu tested positive for the poliovirus, the Department of Health (DOH) said. In a press statement, Health Secretary Francisco T. Duque III said the DOH is closely coordinating with the World Health Organization for an appropriate vaccination response. “It is important that we are able to timely detect any acute onset of paralysis in children – especially within our communities. We have evidence that the poliovirus continues to spread. Our aim is to promptly diagnose and treat all possible polio cases,” he said. The Butuanon river, an identified major waterway in Metro Cebu, has a length of over 10 kilometers. Its mo…

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Ex-judge, wife killed in Mandaue fire

CEBU CITY —- A retired trial judge and his wife died in a fire that displaced 45 families in Mandaue City on Monday, February 17. Firemen found the charred bodies of retired Municipal Trial Court Judge Gerardo Gestopa, 65, and wife, Louella, 67, inside their burned house in Barangay Centro, Mandaue City. The couple’s 21-year-old grandson, Gerick, remained missing. Barangay Captain Ignacio Cortes of Centro, Mandaue City said the couple managed to escape when the fire broke out but went back to their house to save their grandson. “The couple was already safe but upon learning that their grandson was still inside their house, they decided to return home,” he said in an intervi…

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First antiviral drug approved to fight COVID-19

BEIJING — Favilavir, formerly known as Fapilavir, an antiviral that has shown efficacy in treating the novel coronavirus, was approved for marketing, the Taizhou government in Zhejiang province announced Sunday. It is the first anti-novel coronavirus drug that has been approved for marketing by the National Medical Products Administration since the outbreak. Developed by Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceutical Company, the drug is expected to play an important role in preventing and treating the epidemic, the government said on its official WeChat account. Favilavir is one of three drugs that have shown significant efficacy in treating the novel coronavirus in clinical trials, the Ministry…

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