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Gore launches new lightweight Class 2 arc rated garments

Following four years of research and development Gore Workwear has just launched its latest innovation: lightweight arc rated GORE PYRAD protective clothing for all day wearing. Here Dr Peter Wimmer, ... more

£1m street lighting upgrade for Ashford

Kent County Council owns and maintains around 90 per cent of street lights across Kent. However, each district council also owns

a small number of lights. Ashford Borough Council has around 1,200 ... more


Next gen battery materials project exceeding expectations

Nexeon has reached the halfway stage in its £10m Sunrise project, and has already produced silicon battery materials that have performed better than expected. Samples are now with potential customers ... more
Batteries & Chargers

Network Rail approves 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

New appointment at Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric has promoted Pankaj Sharma to succeed Dave Johnson as executive vice president of its Secure Power Division effective from 1 January, 2020. Sharma, who was senior vice president, ... more

Datateam acquires What’s New in Electronics Live

What’s New in Electronics Live, the dedicated electronics and manufacturing event, has been successfully acquired by Datateam Business Media, and will now join the company’s portfolio of existing ... more

Innovation on the Isle of Sheppey

A new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Kent, which converts food and agricultural waste from the county into biogas and electricity, has been connected to the national grid.

Malcolm McAllister ... more


Planning the North West’s energy future

Electricity North West has revealed that it expects peak electricity demand in the North West to increase by up to 50 per cent in the next 20 years, as the region transitions to a low carbon future ... more

Operator switches to 100 per cent renewable electricity

A significant milestone has been met by the region’s power network operator following its move to lead the North West to become carbon neutral.

Depots and offices owned by Electricity North West ... more


JTL launches competition for apprentices

JTL, national training provider for electrical and plumbing and heating apprenticeships, is giving one electrical and one MES learner the opportunity to win a fantastic prize worth over £1,000 by ... more

Ventilation leaders respond to fire safety demand in Ireland 

A new trade agreement between Duct Products, a ventilation products distributor, and Swegon, specialists in indoor climate and life safety systems, will ensure Northern Ireland has access to the most ... more
Fire & Security

Report finds data centres are not green

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI)has released its second annual Data Centres and the Environment report based on an industry survey of over 5,000 IT professionals. Results demonstrated again this ... more
Data Centre Management

Energy distributor invests in forecasting software

SP Energy Networks is investing significantly in pioneering software that applies data science and machine learning algorithms to predict both electricity network demand and generation output. This ... more

Energy distributor on route to net zero

SP Energy Networks is undertaking a pioneering initiative to use recycled plastic waste to construct new roads at one of its substations.

SP Energy Networks has started to build new roads at its ... more


A Siemens Christmas Carol

While it’s the most wonderful time of the year as businesses wind down and families get together for the Yuletide celebrations, the excesses of the festive season can have a devastating effect on the ... more

Cable cleat company takes on apprentices

Cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis Patents, has taken on two apprentices to work in key areas of the business.

The Rillington-based company, which has distributors in 39 countries and actively ... more


Self-employed electricians continue record earnings growth

Earnings for self-employed electricians continued their record-breaking streak last month, according to the latest figures released by Hudson Contract.

Analysis of November payroll data for ... more


Restoring resolution of electron microscopy

The continuous development of new technologies means that laboratories are investing in increasing amounts of electronic equipment, making space within these labs more precious than ever. This busy ... more



The innovative FLIR T860 thermal camera is designed to improve visibility and streamline inspections of critical assets, whether you're surveying substation components, manufacturing ... more


Simplifying Robust Industrial Network Infrastructure

Today’s manufacturing and industrial physical infrastructure has become an essential element to increase productivity, reliability, security and safety, while offering the opportunities to reduce ... more

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