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Engineering students win gold award in national rail competition

After winning the Midlands heat in May this year, a team of electrical engineering students from South & City College Birmingham have achieved first place in the National Finals for the ... more

E.ON provides 100 per cent renewable electricity for customers

E.ON has announced it is now providing all of its residential customers across Britain with a 100 per cent renewable electricity supply on all tariffs as standard, and at no extra cost.

The ... more


South West spark answers DIY SOS

A Somerset based spark has praised the camaraderie of tradesmen and women who came together recently to help out on an episode of DIY SOS.

Matt Francis of NICEIC registered M Tech Ltd in Bridgwater,... more


Unitrunk checks in to Stoke-on-Trent’s Hilton project

Cable management specialist, Unitrunk, is providing cable ladder, trunking tray and basket for a new £20m Hilton Garden Inn project in Stoke-on-Trent as part of the mixed use Smithfield development ... more

EMC testing lab opens in Japan

Inspection, verification, testing and certification company, SGS, has formally opened a new electrical and electronic product testing laboratory in Yokohama, Japan.

The facility is equipped to ... more

Test & Measurement

Can critical equipment stand the heatwave?

As Europe faces one of the worst heat waves in its history, Aggreko is urging businesses to address their power and cooling equipment contingency plans.

Any business reliant on power and cooling ... more

Safety in Engineering

New light fittings for North Sea oil and gas platforms   

LED lighting specialist Glamox has supplied more than 1,400 TX60 explosion-protected (Ex e) linear LED light fittings to Chrysaor,which are currently being installed across three of its gas and ... more

Engineering projects welcomes new board members

A project to create the engineering university of the future in Hereford, NMiTE (New Model in Technology and Engineering), is welcoming three new engineering industry leaders to its board of trustees ... more


To help meet the requirements of the updated BS 7671 IET Wiring Regulations, Marshall-Tufflex has extended its range of Firefly fire clips. In the event of a fire the clips are designed to prevent ... more

When's The Right Time to Invest in a New UPS?

The lifetime of a typical UPS lifetime is usually around ten years. This is because manufacturers are obliged to supply replacement parts for up to ... more

Overwhelming response to Bender’s RS4 at Railtex

New signal power protection systems from Bender UK were officially unveiled at Railtex ’19. The launch of new multi-tier fault detection and location systems was a huge hit with customers and... more

Why should you specify independently verified cable?

Specifying quality cable for construction projects may not be top-of-mind when preparing building specifications, however, failures in cable can result in costly damage and even loss of life... more

The new Fluke Pocket Thermal Imager offers troubleshooting power in your pocket

Fluke has introduced a pocket-sized thermal imager as the first line of defence for easy troubleshooting for electricians and industrial maintenance personnel. The professional-grade Fluke PTi120 ... more

Maintenance-free DC UPS modules for DIN rail mounting protect against power failure, brownout and flicker

Two new DC UPS compact modules from Bicker Elektronik (Donauwoerth / Germany) ensure the uninterruptible power supply of DC loads such as low-power embedded IPCs, gateways, motors, sensors, actuators ... more
UPS & Standby Power

Energy company clears cable replacement backlog

With the backlog in its cable replacement program proving difficult to clear, Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) decided to evaluate a new strategy based on testing its cable network with Megger ... more

Underpinning the world’s most advanced electricity network control system

Software designed by Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) has been placed at the heart of the world’s most advanced electricity network control system, which is being rolled out by electricity distributor UK ... more

Machine vision: pick and place with Flir thermal imaging cameras

Machine vision inspections using visual cameras can occasionally cause recognition problems if the product and background have too little colour contrast. In such cases, thermal imaging cameras can ... more
Test & Measurement

What salary should your role be paying?

RS Components has analysed ONS data to reveal the highest and lowest paying jobs across the UK.

The average weekly wage in the UK is £569, while the average salary is £29,558. Electrical ... more


Survey provides insights on the realisation of smart cities

Smartcities are expected to be commonplace within the next ten years, according to a new poll by Wi-SUN Alliance, a global ecosystem of member companies seeking to accelerate the implementation of ... more
Smart Buildings & IoT

Construction begins on second battery storage site

Smith Brothers Contracting Ltd has commenced construction work for Arlington Energy at a battery site on Greenfield Road, Bedford.

The independent connection provider (ICP) will oversee all ... more


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