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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


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


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

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

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


Covestro goes for green electricity

In the future, Covestro will cover a considerable part of its electricity demand in Germany with wind energy from the North Sea. That’s why the materials manufacturer concluded the world's largest ... more

Change in ownership for power network operator

The power network operator for the North West of England, Electricity North West, has announced that institutional investors advised by First State Investments and J.P. Morgan Asset Management have ... more

Battery electric vehicle unveiled

FPT Industrial, Iveco and Nikola have unveiled the prototype of their first battery electric vehicle (BEV) for European markets, the Nikola Tre.

The Nikola Tre will be launched at the IAA 2020 ... more


The importance of quality for Category 3 control cables

AEI Cables is highlighting the need for the highest levels of accreditation for the specification of control cables which provide signals to control the equipment associated with life safety and ... more
Cables & Accessories

Facilities managers urged to scrutinise internal fire curtains

Facilities managers tasked with overseeing the safe operation of large commercial buildings, are being urged to reconsider their approach to overseeing internal fire curtains.

The advice comes ... more

Fire & Security

Full throttle on global vehicle-to-grid trials

The world’s first picture of ‘vehicle-to-grid’ technology around the globe has revealed more than 60 projects are now live, according to research by UK Power Networks.

A new website called V2G Hub, ... more


Rimac chooses Analog Devices for battery management in EVs

Analog Devices (ADI) has announced that Rimac Automobili is planning to incorporate ADI’s precision battery management system (BMS) integrated circuits (ICs) into Rimac’s BMS. ADI’s technology ... more

CENTIEL’s PremiumTower nominated for FM Award

Leading UPS manufacturer, CENTIEL UK, has announced its stand-alone UPS solution PremiumTower has been nominated for a Tomorrow’s FM product innovation award.

PremiumTower is a standalone three-... more

UPS & Standby Power

Rexel apprenticeship programme receives roll of honour

Following its successful shortlisting at the UK Social Mobility Awards, electrical distributor Rexel has made the 2019 Roll of Honour in recognition of its progressive apprenticeship programme.

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One of the world’s first to buy JCB electric mini digger

Electricity North West has become the region’s first company to purchase two JCB electric mini diggers, following a successful trial period.

The 19C-1E fully electric models, with zero exhaust ... more


Smart grid contracts down eight per cent in Q3 2019

Smart grid contracts in Q3 2019 saw 24 contracts announced, marking a drop of eight per cent over the last four-quarter average of 26, according to GlobalData’s power industry contracts database.

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Mayor of Bury launches electrical partnership

On 22 November, JTL invited The Mayor of Bury, Councillor Trevor Holt, to officially launch its new partnership with Bury College.

Following a ribbon cutting ceremony, local employers were given ... more


Centrica and NCP to trial EV ‘charge park’

Centrica and NCP have reached a collaboration agreement that will see the two companies trial new approaches to electric vehicle charging for professional drivers.

The two companies will focus ... more


Engineers among Britain’s most trusted

Engineers are the fifth most trusted profession from a list of 25 in Great Britain, according to the latest Veracity Index from Ipsos MORI.

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) ... more


Berkeley Lab names new energy director

Following an international search, Robert Kostecki has been appointed director of the Energy Storage and Distributed Resources (ESDR) Division in the Energy Technologies Area (ETA) at the Department ... more

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