Apqi Hosted It's 18th National Seminar on Total Power Quality Management (Tpqm) At Madurai on 30th May (Friday) 2014

Asia Power Quality Initiative (APQI) hosted a full day seminar, 18th in its series, on “Total Power Quality Management” with the support of it’s national support network (NSN) partner FICCI in association with International Copper Association India. The mission is to create awareness of the issues and challenges faced by industry on Power Quality front. Aim is to build capacity on technical, financial and managerial aspects of power quality. Details of Program, Target Industry, Speakers and Participation cum Registration is in flyer that can be downloaded.

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