Tag Archives: Australia

Racehorse Rigging

Electrical devices used in brutal treatment of racehorses In the competitive world of horse racing, desire to win sometimes yields horrific measures. Participants resort to the use of electrical apparatus—specifically battery-powered shocking mechanisms called “jiggers”—in an effort to compel a horse’s physical ability. In the most recent instance, Australian trainer Jerrod McLean and his owner […]

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ICC Allies With Cortela

Easier access to GE motor parts for Australia, SE Asia Tennessee’s finest is heading “Outback”. ICC International and Cortela Carbon just announced a new alliance that will give Australia and Southeast Asia vastly improved access to commutators and General Electric motors and parts in the industrial space. As the OEM supplier of commutators to GE […]

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Batter Up

World’s largest battery goes online in Australia In what some consider a landmark achievement for renewable energy, the world’s largest battery went online Monday in Australia. Hornsdale Power Reserve, in the state of South Australia, features the world’s largest lithium-ion battery, used to provide power to huge wind turbines. The project—a joint venture between French […]

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Expansion Teams

Regal, JCI demonstrate two kinds of growth The Regal Corporation is expanding its presence in Australia. The electric motor, motion control, power generation, and power transmission product manufacturer, headquartered in Beloit, Wis., isn’t going unnoticed in the Aussie headlines. CCN (Climate Control News), the independent Australian publication “servicing the climate control industry and covering all […]

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