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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

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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
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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

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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

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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
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HIGH-PERFORMANCE THERMAL CAMERA WITH VIEWFINDER

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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

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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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Thorn Lighting puts light exactly where it’s needed for Selco

Thorn Lighting has supplied the luminaires for Selco Builders Warehouse as the company embarks on a branch refurbishment and expansion programme.

Selco Builders Warehouse is one the UK’s leading ... more

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Electricity procurement contracts down 34 per cent

Electricity procurement contracts in Q3 2019 saw 132 contracts announced, marking a drop of 34 per cent over the last four-quarter average of 199, according to GlobalData’s power industry contracts ... more
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£3.45m upgrade to substation completed

SP Energy Networks has completed a £3.45m project to upgrade one of its key installations located in Renfrewshire. The electricity network operator has successfully completed its two-year ... more
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Danfoss aids EV charging

When the proprietor of a forward-looking business in the village of Žulová in the Czech Republic wanted to install four electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, Energon Advanced Energetics, a ... more
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France is Europe’s biggest net electricity exporter 

France was Europe’s biggest exporter of power in the first 11 months of the year, while the Italy imported the largest volume of electricity.

These are the headline statistics from a new report ... more

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Survey shows steady growth despite challenging quarter

The latest sector-wide Building Engineering Business Survey shows that sector growth remained steady in the third quarter of 2019.

The survey, which included data from leading industry trade ... more

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Lighting control and its benefits

A good lighting design will also incorporate a lighting control system. Controls play a critical role within a building infrastructure to improve efficiency and reduce energy consumption.

A well-... more

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Power quality monitoring from Bender UK proves a vital tool for ROV operators

Power quality monitoring equipment from Bender UK is being used by a global subsea ROV operator to verify the integrity of power supplies offshore.

It is the first application of Bender power ... more

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Shotley skyline primed for dramatic new look

A major £520,000 project to transform the Shotley skyline, is underway.

UK Power Networks, which owns the electricity network in the East of England, will remove 5.2km of 11,000-volt overhead ... more

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Three women celebrated as Young Woman Engineers of the Year

Three young female engineers have been recognised at the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards for their work in engineering.

IET Young Woman ... more

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New fast frequency product to boost response capability

A new faster-acting frequency response mechanism to be launched early next year marks the latest development in National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO)’s suite of services for managing the ... more
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EDF Energy chosen to power EV charging network

EDF Energy has been chosen by ubitricity – a company offering alternative, low-cost electric vehicle (EV) charge points that can be integrated into lamp posts and bollards – to be the electricity ... more
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Survey shows benefits of offsite construction

Offsite construction leads to a range of benefits to industry and society, according to a new ECA survey of businesses in the electrotechnical and engineering services industry.

Broadly, these ... more

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