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Energy solutions provider earns place on Network Rail design framework

UK Power Networks Services has been awarded a place on Network Rail’s £650m National Design Service Framework and will work in collaboration with the railway infrastructure company to deliver its ... more
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Electric car revolution will take time, says IMechE report

Even if the UK government accelerates its plan to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars, there will still be millions of fossil-fuelled vehicles on the road well into the 2030s and 40s.

In ... more

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Mandatory electrical safety checks in the private rented sector

After years of campaigning to improve electrical safety standards in the private rented sector (PRS), the NAPIT Trade Association is delighted that draft regulations have now been laid before ... more
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UK’s first nationwide Internet of Things network deployed

WND UK, the UK’s Sigfox Network Operator, has deployed the UK’s first wireless public network for secure sensor data, achieving over 90 per cent population coverage in just 18 months.

The ... more

Smart Buildings & IoT

Power project boosts Cambridge

A major project to boost power supplies for homes and businesses across the north west of Cambridge, and allow its principal university to grow, is underway.

The £7.5m scheme is being led by UK ... more

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Earnings fall for electricians in December

Earnings for self-employed electricians fell by 19.2 per cent in December, according to the latest figures released by Hudson Contract.

Analysis of December payroll data for more than 2,200 ... more

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HSUPS E-SHOP

Purchase basic equipment in a swift click, whether it be Eaton/Riello products, UPS accessories, or a manual bypass switch, you can find what you need here.

The e-shop is a recent addition to ... more

UPS & Standby Power

The future is electric, so we need to attract the brightest talent

The need for more young people to join the electrical industry in Scotland has never been greater – and those who do so will have an ‘opportunity for life’.

That’s the view of SELECT managing ... more

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Mitie’s 250th electric vehicle delivered to Heathrow Airport

Mitie has reached another landmark in its electric vehicle (EV) rollout, having taken delivery of its 250th EV. The Nissan e-NV200 van will be based at Heathrow Airport and joins the 200 electric ... more
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Innovative modular portable PV system leading Powerstar R&D drive

An innovative new project being delivered by Powerstar could produce the first modulated portable solar photovoltaic (PV) inverter with battery energy storage as early as 2023.

The modular ... more

Batteries & Chargers

Putting data at the heart of the distribution strategy

CGI has announced that it has been working with Western Power Distribution (WPD), the distribution network operator (DNO) for the Midlands, South West and South Wales, to build a digital network ... more
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Total to install and operate up to 20,000 new EV charging points

Metropolitan Region Amsterdam Electric (MRA-Electric) has awarded Europe’s largest concession contract for electric vehicles charging to Total.

Under this agreement, Total will install and ... more

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Top 3 SCADA Implementation Priorities for Smart Grid Utilities

The energy system is evolving rapidly, taking on a more flexible, decentralized form to support the ever-expanding uptake of renewable energy and DERs. The critical infrastructure that coordinates ... more
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Renewables-backed electricity offer extended to small businesses

E.ON has announced it would be extending its 100 per cent renewables-backed electricity supply to eligible small business customers across Britain – committing to source electricity matched with wind,... more
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Brits think electric cars are the future

Transport currently accounts for almost a third (30 per cent) of the world’s total energy use and around a quarter of the global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. With climate change ... more
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Power Continuity - Seamless No Break Power Protection 24/7

Millions lost power during August 2019 and yet the National Grid says, “It can happen again”. So, where do you place your confidence to keep your company operational 24 hours every day?

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UPS & Standby Power

Network Rail approve Bender UK’s RS4 rail signal power protection system

Network Rail has approved Bender UK’s next generation RS4 Rail Signalling Power Protection system that delivers increased sensitivity for first earth fault location and enables compliance with ... more
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A clean connection: Han® F+B for the food industry

High resistance and safe handling

Businesses in the food industry who want to shorten set-up times and reduce production stoppages can do so by using connectors. As a result, HARTING have developed ... more

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Simple Safe Absence of Voltage Check for the Factory Floor

Panduit’s VeriSafe system minimises the risk of electrical hazards by checking the absence of voltage in the control cabinet. Compared to alternative portable test instruments, plant operators and ... more
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UK BASED HARVARD CENTRES LED DRIVER MANUFACTURE IN INDIA

Following its acquisition of the Harvard brand and IP earlier this year, Harvard Power Systems is now using the resources of its Gallant Lighting group company to centre manufacture of the popular ... more
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