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The Defence Industry Is A Great Space For Electrical Engineers

When you’re just starting out as an electrical engineer, there are a wide variety of specialist industries that you can enter into, each with its own merits and challenges... more

SP Energy Networks’ COVID-19 commitment

SP Energy Networks has enacted contingency plans to ensure 3.5 million homes and businesses maintain their electricity supply throughout the coronavirus crisis.

The electricity distributor has ... more

ANM Strata 3.0 launched to accelerate net zero carbon transition 

The release of ANM Strata 3.0, Smarter Grid Solutions’ third generation DERMS, moves power companies a step closer to being able to monitor and manage tens of thousands of distributed energy ... more

Scottish construction bodies issue new guidance

The newly-established Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has taken immediate to provide clarity for the sector in Scotland, following advice from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon last week ... more

ChargedUp supports fight against  COVID-19

ChargedUp, Europe’s largest phone charging network, is switching its network of charging stations to hand sanitiser stations, in an initiative dubbed CleanedUp aimed at supporting the UK’s efforts to ... more

SELECT cautiously welcomes measures to assist self-employed, but urges clarity

SELECT, the trade body for electrical professionals in Scotland, has given a cautious welcome to the Chancellor’s measures, announced on Thursday 26 March 2020, to provide financial support to the ... more

Light + Building to take place with the 2020 Battery Experts Forum

It has been announced that the 2020 Battery Experts Forum will now take place at the same time as Light + Building, from 28 September-11 October 2020 in the Congress Center and Hall 6.0 on the ... more

Irish electric vehicles sales lag behind 2030 target levels

Research into Irish electric vehicle (EV) uptake by Cornwall Insight Ireland shows that EV sales are up 53 per cent year-to-date. However, this still lags behind the Irish government’s Climate Action ... more

UK energy statistics, 2019 and Q4 2019

Energy Trends and Energy Prices publications have been published today by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The publications cover new data for the fourth quarter of 2019 (... more

Sustainable Development Capital Energy Efficiency Income Trust (SEEIT): Investment in US industrial energy efficiency portfolio

SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust plc, the first UK-listed investment company of its kind to invest exclusively in the energy efficiency sector, has agreed to acquire a 50% interest in Primary ... more

Coronavirus job retention scheme could lead to ‘worker resentment’, says ECA

The detail of the government’s new coronavirus job retention scheme, announced on Friday, has been questioned by engineering services trade body, ECA.

While ECA supports the principle and ... more

Urgent action needed to help firms during coronavirus crisis

A group of respected construction industry bodies, who between them represent the majority of contractor business in Scotland, has suggested a number of simple actions which the Scottish Government ... more

SP Energy Networks to deliver real-time digital model of its network

SP Energy Networks has partnered with CGI to assist in delivery of its Smart Data Integration Fabric (SDIF) project – a key enabler not only for its transition to Distribution System Operator, but ... more

Over nine in ten engineering services firms fear impact of coronavirus

Over nine in ten engineering services businesses (93 per cent) say they are ‘concerned or very concerned’ about the impact of coronavirus on their business over the next six months, according to ... more

COVID-19: A message from Ofgem CEO Jonathan Brearley

COVID-19 gives the energy industry a serious challenge to tackle on behalf of the homes and businesses that depend on the sector for gas and electricity.

As an industry, we are rooted in ... more

The effect of Covid-19 on contractual obligations

Conexus Law, the specialist advisory firm that provides legal and commercial advice to clients who work in sectors where the built environment, technology, engineering and people converge, is ... more

Global challenge for the fast development of ventilators to treat COVID-19

Ennomotive, the hub for engineering innovations, has launched a non-profit online competition for the ideation of low-cost, easy-to build solutions. The goal is to speed up the availability of ... more

Gov agrees measures with energy industry to support vulnerable people through COVID-19

New emergency measures with the energy industry have been agreed by the government to protect the domestic energy supply of those most in need during the disruption caused by COVID-19.

From ... more

Statkraft to acquire UK electric vehicle business from Vattenfall

Swedish energy group Vattenfall is to transfer ownership of its electric vehicle business in the UK, to Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy.

Vattenfall currently operates ... more

First portable 22kW charging station approved

Juice Technology AG, manufacturer of portable charging stations for electric cars, announces that Juice Booster 2 is TÜV SÜD-certified. This company is said to be the first manufacturer to have a ... more

 
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