Monthly Archives: May 2016

Solar Power in the News Posted

  Solar power is contributing to the world’s energy needs.  Our electrical engineering projects utilizing solar power, from planning, design and implementation in remote communities to large scale feasibility studies in international markets gives us a unique perspective. Renewable energy systems, done right,  can transform communities, industry and the lives of individuals. Here are a… Read more »

Michael Wrinch

IEEE Ethics in Science, Technology and Engineering Posted

  Attending the IEEE International Symposium on Ethics in Science, Technology, and Engineering? Michael Winch, President of APEGBC and Hedgehog Technologies Founder/President will kick off the conference with Opening Remarks.  Make sure you connect and say ‘hello’. The IEEE Symposium will be held at the Marriott Pinnacle in Vancouver, BC, Canada on May 13-14, 2016…. Read more »

Hedgehog CNG project

Safety-first electrical solution for explosive CNG on remote supply route Posted

  In 2014,   the Hedgehog Technologies team completed  an  Oil & Gas electrical engineering  project  that would provide energy options for remote mining operations in  Western Australia. With safety-first a priority, we  designed and implemented  electrical instrumentation for a highly explosive compressed natural gas fill station.   Photo: http://www.sub161.com.au/port-hedland-cng-facility/ Oil & Gas Electrical Engineering: Hedgehog Case… Read more »