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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

Plans to create world’s most advanced electricity network control system

UK Power Networks has unveiled plans to create the world’s most advanced electricity network control system.

The power company is investing £15m in Active Network Management (ANM) – including a new ... more


FLIR Thermal Studio software for thermographers to automate thermal image processing

Advanced batch video and image processing streamlines workflows and is available as a free trial.

FLIR Systems introduces FLIR Thermal Studio, a thermal image analysis and reporting software ... more

Test & Measurement

TÜV SÜD offers global approvals for lighting

Having added Certification Body Test Lab (CBTL) accreditation in Atlanta, TÜV SÜD can now test lighting and LED products for compliance in over 40 markets.

Lighting, luminaire and LED manufacturers ... more


Electricity North West enhances cyber security

Westermo has helped Electricity North West to enhance cyber security and reduce the lifecycle costs of a data communications network which supports the electricity distribution network in the North ... more
Fire & Security

ZTE launches its first cyber security lab in China 

ZTE Corporation has verified its commitment to the ICT industry against cyber security threats by launching its first cyber security lab in Nanjing, China.

Following the establishment of the ... more

Fire & Security

Ellis promotes Stephen Walton to technical director

Stephen Walton has been promoted to the role of technical director at the world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis.

Stephen, a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with over two decades of industry ... more


Lightyear to unveil the first long-range solar car on 25 June

The prototype of the first long-range solar car will be unveiled by Lightyear, a Dutch pioneer in clean mobility, in the Netherlands on 25 June.

The Lightyear One, the company’s proof of ... more


Eaton appoints new data centre and IT segment leader 

Power management company Eaton has announced the appointment of Ciarán Forde as segment leader, data centre and IT, for the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

Forde is located in Dublin, at Eaton’s ... more

Data Centre Management

MOU to explore next gen nuclear fuel technology

NuScale Power and Enfission, a joint venture of Lightbridge Corporation and Framatome, have announced a memorandum of understanding to explore the use of next generation nuclear fuel technology in ... more

Evatron wall mounted enclosures

Stylish designs for clean modern environments, this range of wall mounted enclosures are a discreet solution for housing control equipment in the home and office.

They are available in three size ... more


C.K Set to Light up CEF Live in June

C.K – the leading Hand Tool brand for professional electricians - is set to return to CEF Live at the NEC Birmingham, on June 6 and 7 (Hall 9 – Stand 53). The C.K Stand promises to be better than ... more

Project to divert network for new nuclear power plant

A £400,000 Western Power Distribution project is underway in Mendip, Somerset to divert the network in preparation for a new nuclear power plant.

The project involves the undergrounding of over ... more


Power Players 2019 open for entries

Leading younger people from across the engineering services sector now have a new opportunity to be recognised and rewarded for their achievements, following the launch of ECA’s Power Players ... more

Looking beyond coal with decentralised energy solutions

Following news that Britain has gone a week without using coal to generate electricity for the first time since 1882, Aggreko says that the country needs to continue identifying sustainable and ... more

£3m investment to strengthen key electricity network route

Following analysis of the networks’ fault history and performance, SP Energy Networks, the distribution network operator in central and southern Scotland, is installing new 33kV cables to modernise ... more

Power cables go underground

Electricity North West will be removing 750m of overhead power lines and installing almost 700m of underground cable on Rockcliffe Marsh, part of the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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ScottishPower pledges to make Glasgow UK’s first net zero city

ScottishPower, along with Glasgow City Council, has revealed a new vision to transform Glasgow into the UK’s first ‘net zero’ city.

With Scotland having set itself a target of net zero carbon ... more


Register now for Sensors & Instrumentation Live

Registration is now open for Sensors & Instrumentation Live. Your free ticket not only gets you access to the UK’s only national instrumentation exhibition but also access to the the TCT Show.

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Better efficiency, greater flexibility with Tridonic’s 5th Generation LLE ADV modules

Tridonic’s fifth generation of the LLE ADV series offers an amazing improvement in efficiency and incorporates new features for modules with widths of 16 mm and 55 mm. Combined with their narrow ... more

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