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Schneider Electric opens electric vehicle centres of excellence

Schneider Electric has collaborated with Edmundson Electrical to open four electric vehicle (EV) centres of excellence.

The centres, in Manchester, West Bromwich, Glasgow and Twickenham, are ... more

News

Biomethane plant gets set to serve 6,000 homes

A biomethane plant near Pontefract in West Yorkshire is set to meet the energy needs of around 6,000 homes, thanks to a three kilometre directionally drilled pipeline installed under farmland by ... more
News

Germany pledges €100m a year for sustainable energy technology testing

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has chosen 20 energy research consortiums to be eligible for €100m a year in state funds.

Their selection came after a nationwide ... more

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Substation saves substantial costs from a chance thermal scan

During a routine inspection at a substation, a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) electrician felt heat blast his face as he passed within a couple of metres of an energised transformer bank. Some ... more
Inspection & Measurement

200 ultrafast fast EV chargers for the Netherlands

Global infrastructure services firm AECOM has been appointed by Shell Retail to deliver ultrafast electrical vehicle (EV) 150kW fast chargers across the Netherlands.

A total of 200 fast ... more

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All-in-one sensor helps reduce energy costs

Optimising production processes by improving energy efficiency and reducing costs are likely to be high priorities for most manufacturers and they can be achieved, thanks in part to the availability ... more
Advertorials

New DIN Rail AC inrush current limiter for capacitive & inductive loads

Powersolve’s new PSICL series is a low-cost peak inrush current limiter designed for capacitive and inductive loads in a variety of applications. These include installations across complex automation ... more
Advertorials

Flexibility in Commercial Ventilation

Consistent airflow is essential to virtually every commercial facility, making under-performing or unreliable fans simply unacceptable. Inefficient fans can also be a building’s biggest energy ... more
Advertorials

Status Instruments

Any industry, heavy or light, from farming to power generation, will make use of monitoring, display and control systems and each industry will present its own set of requirements and problems.

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Advertorials

Thermal imaging indispensable for investigating damp spots

Paul Sevink is a professional handyman who enthusiastically embraces new technology to ensure he can provide his customers with the best possible service. The scope of his work is extremely broad. ... more
Energy Monitoring & HVAC

UK’s first large ship-to-shore commercial connection

Schneider Electric has announced a project to supply locally produced 'green' electrical power to the MV Hamnavoe NorthLink ferry while docked in Stromness, Orkney, due to get underway shortly.

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Green Energy & CHP

Russia to drive underground gas storage growth

Russia is expected to drive the growth in the global underground gas storage industry between 2019 and 2023, contributing around 32 per cent of the working gas capacity growth from planned and ... more
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Nick Ellins named honorary fellow

The Institution of Primary Engineers and The Institution of Secondary Engineers has named Nick Ellins, CEO of Energy & Utility Skills as its first honorary fellow in the energy and utilities ... more
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Off-grid site evolves to meet public demand

Dulas has announced that works to refurbish and upgrade the off-grid system at the National Trust’s award-winning Gibson Mill site will commence this week.

The mill, located within Hardcastle ... more

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VoIP features every business package needs to have

It is quite clear why the traditional hard-phone is slowly but surely being replaced by VoIP services. While the former still makes use of phone lines to get the message across, the latter instead ... more
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Smarter Grid Solutions reveals energy and carbon savings for factories

Commercial and industrial companies could cut their energy bills or even generate extra income by connecting the computer systems used to run their factories to specialist energy management software, ... more
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TheisCraft announce acquisition of Multiload Controls

TheisCraft is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Multiload Controls. The Multiload award winning, product portfolio complements the existing TheisCraft product range and the acquisition will ... more
News

Project reduces cost of tidal energy

Just 18 months after its launch, the £17m flagship EU tidal energy project, Enabling Future Arrays in Tidal (EnFAIT), has reduced the cost of tidal energy by 15 per cent, and grown its supply chain ... more
Green Energy & CHP

New task force to make the most of offshore wind power 

The Offshore Wind Industry Council says a major programme of work has just begun to ensure that the UK’s low carbon energy system makes the best use of the increasingly large proportion of ... more
Green Energy & CHP

New waste-to-energy plant in Singapore

Acromec, a specialist engineering service provider in the field of controlled environments, has announced that its subsidiary Acropower has signed an agreement with Chew's Agriculture (CAPL) for ... more
Green Energy & CHP

 
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