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By Louis McGarry, Louis McGarry to Sales and Marketing Director, Centiel UK

Once upon a time, a consultant could specify a UPS for a project that would ensure the client got what they wanted and ... more


Two Fluke 3-Phase Power Logger Gold packages help with finding wasted Electrical energy

Fluke is offering its 1736 and 1738 Three-Phase Power Loggers with Fluke Connect® as Gold packages. Ideal for maintenance managers and industrial electricians, electrical contractors and energy ... more

Electricity North West announces flexibility requirements

Electricity North West has announced its new flexibility requirements, the sixth tender in the firm’s history; which comes on top of the 57MW of tenders already issued.

A total of 15.4MW of ... more


Roxtec UK to launch new cable sealing solutions

Pipe and cable safety seal manufacturer, Roxtec UK, will officially unveil two new additions to its range of high density (HD) cable sealing solutions during an event at Manchester United’s Old ... more
Cables & Accessories

New scheme to boost renewable energy potential

An initiative designed to unlock the potential of smaller, regionally-connected power resources is being developed on Great Britain’s south coast by National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO), ... more

SMEs suffer mental health problems due to pay issues

Almost four in ten small and medium-sized businesses (37 per cent) across all industry sectors are encountering mental health issues among staff, due to unfair payment practices, according to a new ... more

Highest quality cabling removes sprinkler systems risk

Specialist supplier, AEI Cables, is highlighting the need for the highest quality of cabling for use in sprinkler systems being fitted as part of new fire safety initiatives for high-rise buildings.

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Cables & Accessories

Schneider Electric donates Easy9 products to Weston College

Schneider Electric has donated Easy9 products to Weston College in Weston-Super-Mare, to support the training of the next generation of electricians.

With over 150 electrical students ranging ... more


EcoStruxure Facility Expert launched for maintenance and asset control

Schneider Electrichas launched EcoStruxure Facility Expert, a digital tool that enables business owners and contractors to stay connected to their electrical assets at all times.

Facility Expert ... more


Elliot Lake named Electrical Apprentice of the Year in the North West

JTL has named Blackpool-based Elliot Lake as its Electrical Apprentice of the Year in the North West region.

Following a successful apprenticeship with local firm, Future Technology Services Ltd, ... more


Myriam Madden appointed as Ofgem non-executive director

Myriam Madden has been confirmed as non-executive director and chair of the audit committee at the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).

Madden has held senior executive finance and ... more


2020 begins with a bounce for electricians 

Self-employed electricians enjoyed a big bounce in earnings in January after taking a well-earned break at the end of last year.

Average weekly pay for electrical contractors rose by 34.6 per ... more


Fully integrating all elements required for data centre lighting

In order to achieve the most appropriate, reliable and sustainable lighting infrastructure within a data centre, it is advisable to engage with a solutions provider that can fully integrate all of ... more
Data Centre Management

William Forsyth named Electrical Apprentice of the Year

JTL has named Halifax-based, William Forsyth, as its Electrical Apprentice of the Year for the Yorkshire and North East region.

Following a successful apprenticeship with local firm J&R ... more


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


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

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

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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