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When cable quality matters: early indicators of error

In today’s market, construction contracts can be very challenging in terms of both the scope of works and risk management. Large amounts of cable are required for a range of applications, with ... more
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ELLIS SECURES SECOND GULF COAST REFINERY ORDER TEN YEARS AFTER FIRST

The world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis Patents has secured a repeat specification from a major Gulf Coast refinery ten years after its cleats were used on the refinery’s first substation.... more
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REXEL LAUNCHES NEW SMART HOME OFFER

Rexel has announced the launch of a brand new Smart Home offer, featuring a range of market leading products offering the best solutions across the smart security, smart heating, smart electrical, ... more
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Northern Powergrid launches new tool to accelerate EV uptake

Northern Powergrid has launched a free, online tool set to revolutionise its electric vehicle (EV) connections process. The intuitive new system is underpinned by real-world network data to help ... more
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Nissan Leaf completes complex autonomous journey

A British-based research project into the latest autonomous vehicle technologies has successfully completed a 230-mile self-navigated journey on UK roads.

The project, HumanDrive, is jointly ... more

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TrustMark set to take over technical monitoring

TrustMark is preparing to take over the duty of administering technical monitoring from Ofgem during the next year.

Energy suppliers are required to conduct technical and score monitoring ... more

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Schneider Electric joins The Climate Group EV100 initiative

Moving forward with its commitment to build a net-zero carbon world, Schneider Electric has announced its membership with The Climate Group’s EV100 initiative to launch a Green Fleet policy, which ... more
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World’s first and fastest power technology paves way for decarbonisation

The world’s fastest circuit-breakers are now installed on London’s electricity network – and by 2050 they could save energy customers £400m and reduce the capital’s CO2 emissions by 3.8bn kg, ... more
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Snickers Workwear FlexiWork Insulated Jackets and Trousers

Superb insulation and full weather protection for optimal comfort on site.

Street-smart, stylish looks and market-leading GORE-TEX and 37.5® fabric technology make these jackets and trousers a ... more

Safety in Engineering

Quick and easy IoT ecosystem with Tosibox

OEM Automatic Ltd is proud to announce new collaboration with Tosibox!

Established in Oulu, Finland in 2010, Tosibox was founded on the idea of making secure remote access quick and simple. The ... more

Smart Buildings & IoT

How does AC & DC Current Work within a UPS?

On January 29th 2020, the world will celebrate the 125th anniversary of Charles Steinmetz’s patent which transformed the use of electrical power across the world.

By devising a system of ... more

UPS & Standby Power

ECA issues warning on funding for SME apprenticeships

The ECA has warned that proposed increases in funding for non-levy paying employers to invest in apprenticeships may not be enough to address the sector’s current and future needs.

The comments ... more

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Two new providers join UK Power Networks’ Flexibility portfolio

A water company and a virtual power station backed by solar-powered batteries in people’s homes are the latest to sign up to provide vital flexible energy services to UK Power Networks.

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Amendment to IET Wiring Regulations

The IET and BSI have released Amendment 1 to BS 7671:2018 (18th Edition IET Wiring Regulations), which enables a more practical solution for electric vehicle charging installations. This will help ... more
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ATC Semitec signs a distribution agreement with Heraeus Nexensos Platinum Sensors

ATC Semitec, the UK’s leading distributor of temperature sensors, has announced that the Heraeus Nexensos’ range of platinum sensors has joined their line -up of precision thermal components.Heraeus ... more
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1.3kW quarter brick with digital control for datacentre and communications network equipment

Components Bureau are pleased to announce the new BDQ1300 1,300W quarter-brick DC-DC converter from Artesyn Embedded Power.

The new BDQ1300 is designed to provide the highest efficiency (over 97%... more

Data Centre Management

EDF to provide electric vehicle infrastructure for Royal Mail

Royal Mail Group has signed a deal with EDF in the UK to deliver electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure. This will support Royal Mail Group’s commitment under the Optimise Prime Project – the world's ... more
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UPS orders 10,000 electric vehicles 

UPS has announced an order of 10,000 purpose built electric vehicles worth 100's of millions of Euros from UK based company Arrival.

The initial 10,000 vehicles will be rolled out in the UK, ... more

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18th Edition – Type F RCDs

This article gives some background information on Type F RCDs which are detailed in several areas of the 18thEdition Regulations. For reference see 18thEdition Regulation 531.3.3 (iii)(a) Type F RCD ... more
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CEF publish new product catalogue to help customers stay fully equipped with their electrical essentials

CEF, the UK’s leading electrical wholesaler is celebrating the launch of it’s new Trade Catalogue - the third in the series designed to provide customers with a huge choice of essential electrical ... more
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