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Barry Panayi appointed as Ofgem non-executive director

Barry Panayi will start his role as non-executive director at the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) on 16 March 2020.

Panayi specialises in data and digital transformation and has ... more

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Industry’s first heat readiness strategy

UK Power Networks has become the first UK electricity network to outline how it plans to help reduce the carbon impact of heating.

Heat is the biggest single source of UK greenhouse gases, ... more

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Largest battery-based energy storage project to be built in France

Total is launching a battery-based energy storage project in Mardyck, at the Flandres Center, in Dunkirk’s port district. With a storage capacity of 25 megawatt hours (MWh) and output of 25MW of ... more
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Building greener businesses

Specialist B2B energy supplier, Opus Energy, has launched Opus Advance, a 100 per cent renewable electricity tariff for small and medium sized (SME) businesses, which it will provide as standard for ... more
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Measure Voltage without test leads using the Fluke T6-600 open-jaw Electrical Tester, now available at a special offer price

Until 30th May 2020, Fluke is offering its Fluke T6-600 Electrical Tester at an approx. 18% reduction on the recommended retail price when purchased at one of its authorised distributors. The T6-600 ... more
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Thorn Lighting Scores at Gol Centre Cardiff

Thorn Lighting has provided a full LED refurbishment for the pitch lighting at Cardiff’s Gol Centre, which has the biggest leagues of any 5-a-side centre in the UK with almost 300 teams competing ... more
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Vitesse Plus Hardwired – simple, flexible, reliable and fully adaptable control

CP Electronics has just launched Vitesse Plus Hardwired, the next step in the evolution of energy control. Vitesse Plus Hardwired is a new family of lighting control systems (LCMs) that have been ... more
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New clampmeter for testing multi earth installations

Instruments specialist Chauvin Arnoux has launched its first earth clamp with oblong head for testing earth resistance in multi-earth installations. The new CA6418 earth clamp comes with a carry case ... more
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HARVARD LAUNCHES NEW CASAMBI-ENABLED LED DRIVERS

In a partnership with Holders, UK distributors for Casambi, Harvard Power Systems is launching a full range of their high specification CLi Series LED drivers with built-in Casambi wireless ... more
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Quartzelec makes senior strategic management appointments

Promotions strengthen Quartzelec’s international position

Quartzelec, a leading independent engineering service provider with an ever-extending international reach and an annual turnover in excess ... more

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City & Guilds Accredited Training with CEDIA

Are you getting requests for smart home projects which you can't currently offer?

Do you want to be able to expand into this area to meet demand? CEDIA's Smart Home Technician programme is ... more

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Certified thermographers courses throughout the UK

Thermal imaging cameras are becoming more intelligent and intuitive, allowing professionals across many industries to use thermal in a more efficient and safe manner. However, operator skill is still ... more
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Net Zero Networks Forum announced 

UK Power Networks is hosting its first ever Net Zero Networks Forum, on Wednesday 11 March in London.

The network operator’s electric vehicle (EV) team will share insights on key projects ... more

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More should be done to inspire next generation of female apprentices

A group of respected industry bodies have hailed the recent rise in female electrical apprenticeships – and say more should be done to encourage other young women to pick up the tools.

The ... more

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£7.5m project upgrade to future-proof Cheshire electricity network

SP Energy Networks has successfully completed a £7.5m project to modernise key elements of the electricity network that serves over 80,000 homes and businesses across Warrington and the surrounding ... more
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Call to celebrate inspirational female engineers

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) launched the call for entries for its 2020 Young Woman Engineer of the Year Awards (YWE) on International Women’s Day.

The awards celebrate ... more

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Industry recognition for leadership in digital construction management

UK Power Networks Services has become one of the first companies of its kind in the UK to achieve certification in recognition of its iBuilding Information Modelling (BIM) credentials.

BIM is ... more

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SELECT hails rise in female electrical training  

SELECT, the trade body for electrical professionals in Scotland, has welcomed a small but significant upturn in the number of young women undergoing apprenticeships as electricians.

Figures ... more

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Vattenfall awards three-year O&M contract to UK company

High voltage engineering specialist EDS HV Group (EDS) has been awarded a three-year O&M contract.

The scope of the contract will see EDS provide substation management services for ... more

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Dazzled by floodlight glare in a totally dark tank?

Wolf Safety finds the ideal solution

A totally enclosed, dark tank in a hazardous location which needs inspecting, cleaning or repairing is never going to win a workplace of the month award. You ... more

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