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Helping to set the mood

Selfridges’ London store has had LED lighting installed by Philips to not only entice and inspire shoppers, but also to provide a broad spectrum of colours to help support the store’s key events and ... more

New luminaires for Leeds University

As part of a £21m project at Leeds University Campus, Riegens has supplied its Cirrus pendant luminaires for the new Charles Morris Halls student accommodation.Situated around a courtyard landscaped ... more

Industry called to Building Regs Select Committee

A panel of leading electrical contracting industry figures was recently called in front of the Department of Communities and Local Government (CLG) Select Committee to discuss the case for retaining ... more

New centre of excellence for apprenticeship training

Chubb Fire & Security UK has launched a national centre of excellence for training apprentices and to continue to develop the knowledge and skills of its employees. Partnering with Blackburn-... more

Lightening the load

Lighting has become an increasing financial burden to businesses in recent times following dramatic price rises in the cost of fluorescent lamps and electricity ... more

Quick Wins

Lighting now offers specifiers one of the ‘quickest wins’ when it comes to reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions says Simon Dixon of Riegens LightingGoing back a decade or two the first ... more

Open your mind

Lighting control systems open the door to major flexibility, energy-saving and sustainability benefits – but where do you start when specifying one. Stephen Woodnutt of Delmatic explainsIn the early ... more

Cable ranges go carbon neutral

Brand-Rex’s ongoing commitment to reducing its impact on the environment has been further underlined with the announcement that its GigaPlus Category 5e and Cat6Plus Category 6 boxed cable ranges are ... more

ECA warn not to waste cash on worthless training courses

The Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has called on the government to clamp down on substandard apprenticeships and ensure taxpayer cash goes to courses that will get people jobs, following ... more

Ticking your LED boxes

The Highway Electrical Association (HEA) has recently launched an LED tick logo to give clients, specifiers and purchasers confidence when considering highway electrical LED products. The logo has ... more

UPS drives Volvo forward in Sweden

UPS supplier Borri has clinched an order from Volvo. The transportation parts manufacturer has purchased a transformer-based B9000 125kVA for its new hardening plant in Sweden from Borri’s Swedish ... more
UPS & Standby Power

ECA statement on HVCA withdrawal of BESNA

The news that the HVCA has terminated its plans to introduce the Building Engineering Services National Agreement (BESNA), has been welcomed by the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA). Balfour ... more

Get up to speed with machine safety

Visitors to the Pilz stand (D814) at the Drives and Controls exhibition in April will benefit from the advice of a team of machine safety experts, on-hand throughout the show to give advice on ... more

Staying connected at London 2012

Dieselec Thistle will providing the standby generator for the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) in the Olympic Village. Big enough to house five jumbo jets and designed to provide facilities for ... more

New power factor correction publications

A new Introduction to Power Factor Correction Guide produced by the BCMA (BEAMA Capacitor Manufacturers Association) and the ECA (Electrical Contractors Association) has been released, providing ... more

Security offer for the electrical trade

Network Communication Systems (NCS) , an independent manufacturer and supplier of door entry, warden call, access control, telecare and security equipment, has released an offer to contractors in the ... more

A word of caution over Part P

Electrical wholesaler, Newey & Eyre, is urging the government to remain cautious over the highly anticipated Part P consultation. The government has recently announced a consultation process ... more

Course offered to ensure compliance with17th Edition IET regulations

The first amendment to the 17th Edition of the wiring regulations has been in effect since 1st January 2012. The amendment incorporates many changes, including:operating and maintenance ... more

Eaton supply complete power management package to Dutch data centre

Dutch ICT service provider, Previder, has selected Eaton as its electrical supply system provider to ensure uninterrupted, 24/7 availability of its new data centre in Hengelo. Previder offers ... more

Regulation: what does it mean for DNOs?

EA Technology’s Power Skills Centre is launching a new one day training course to help electricity distribution network operators (DNOs) and their suppliers understand the operation and objectives of ... more

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