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Largest smart city regeneration project in the UK

Plans for the design of the largest smart city-wide energy system in the UK have been unveiled. The £2m scheme will cut energy bills and provide green heat, electricity and transport for residents.

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Local contractor helps Hornsea Two get connected 

Killingholme based Fussey Engineering has been hired to supply and install steel framework and cladding at the National Grid 400kV substation site adjacent to Ørsted’s newest offshore wind farm, ... more
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PREDICTING SUBSTATION FAILURES WITH THERMAL IMAGING

The risk of blackouts and brownouts (a fall in voltage, typically causing lights to dim) are increasing on the power distribution grid due to ageing infrastructure and a lack of automation systems ... more
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Smith Brothers’ appointments add century of engineering expertise 

High voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has added 95 years of electrical engineering knowledge to its portfolio as three new faces join the Yorkshire-headquartered firm – alongside a pair of ... more
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ECA calls for rail electrification programme

Government needs to kick-start a ‘rolling programme' of rail electrification, say business, passenger, freight, and community groups.

A number of industry bodies, including ECA, have published a ... more

Rail Industry

JTL announces new partnership with Central Bedfordshire College

JTL, the national training provider for electrical and plumbing and heating apprenticeships, has announced its new partnership with Central Bedfordshire College.

The partnership, which will ... more

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Skills shortages will have the biggest impact on the sector

According to research by MPA, over a third of UK engineers surveyed are concerned that their business will be affected by a lack of skilled workers.

The study of 250 UK engineers examined some ... more

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Delta-EE debuts Energy Insights+

Today Delta-EE, the specialist new energy consultancy, launches its Energy Insights+ service to offer European energy retailers a new research service to deliver customer value through the ... more
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100 per cent green electricity tariffs made by ScottishPower windfarms

From this week, all new ScottishPower domestic fixed price tariffs will be supplied by 100 per cent green electricity, generated by ScottishPower's UK windfarms.

This is the latest step in ... more

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SensorPro LINETRAXX® RCMB300 series

The design of resilient data centres can be achieved with residual current monitoring of electrical systems and PDU technology.

In recent years, residual current monitoring (RCM) has become more ... more

Data Centre Management

Are emergency lighting systems for for purpose?

A provider of building management services is urging facilities and building managers with responsibility for educational establishments to ensure their emergency lighting systems are ‘fit for ... more
Lighting

Stäubli connectors assist in Antarctic solar power project

Uruguay's Artigas Base in Antarctica is home to ten research scientists and 15 crew members in summer. The scientific research station was traditionally powered by diesel generators, but besides the ... more
Cables & Accessories

EDF acquires Pod Point

EDF has acquired a majority stake in Pod Point, one of the largest electric vehicle (EV) charging companies in the UK, as part of a newly-formed joint venture with Legal & General Capital.

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Master the Craft initiative launched

Schneider Electric has launched Master the Craft, an initiative to support electricians in the UK.

The initiative will provide electricians with tools and resources to help them improve and ... more

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European manufacturers critical to mitigating China components shortage

European manufacturers hold the key to alleviating worldwide shortages in LED and other lighting components as Chinese factories halt production in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, according to ... more
Lighting

Smith Brothers connects 50MW Cambridgeshire solar farm

Yorkshire-headquartered high voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers, has successfully completed electrical engineering works at the Next Energy Capital Ltd solar farm in Little Staughton, ... more
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£6.5m investment in UK’s first geothermal electricity power plant

Renewable energy investment company, Thrive Renewables, has announced plans to invest up to £6.5m in the UK’s first geothermal power plant being developed by Geothermal Engineering Ltd.

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Electrical Apprentice of the Year moves to next stage

After more than a month of marking and deliberation from the judges, the second stage of The Electrical Apprentice of the Year competition, which is run in association with competition partners, ... more
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UK not doing enough to encourage uptake of electric vehicles  

Just 30 per cent of people working in the automotive industry think that the UK government is doing enough to encourage the widespread uptake of electric vehicles (EVs). This is just one of the ... more
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NEW! Universal smart enclosure for electrical applications

CamdenBoss, a leading manufacturer of electrical mechanical components and electronic enclosures, has launched its latest engineered enclosure solution. Working closely alongside some of the largest ... more
Enclosures

 
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