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Hire drives keep water flowing for Anglian Water customers

Anglian Water avoided a serious interruption to customer’s water supplies following a rapid replacement of variable speed drives (VSDs) after a double drive failure at one of its pumping stations.

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Bolstering Australian power network reliability

Australian electrical engineering company, Ampcontrol, has signed a partnership agreement with Midel, the ester transformer fluid brand. The companies will retrofill transformers containing flammable ... more

More than 100 sites unveiled for flexibility tender

UK Power Networks has launched the UK’s largest ever tender for flexibility services, for 115 sites where renewable energy can boost network capacity and significantly lower costs for customers.

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Engineering for People Design Challenge 2020 launched

Engineers Without Borders UK has launched the 2020 cycle of the Engineering for People Design Challenge in partnership with Engineers Without Borders South Africa and Engineers Without Borders USA.

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Subsea power system commercially viable

Following the completion of a 3,000-hour shallow water test at a sheltered harbour in Vaasa, Finland, ABB’s subsea power distribution and conversion technology system is commercially viable.

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DIY SOS call answered

Meter engineers from Energy Assets were privileged to support the BBC’s DIY SOS team in turning a parish building in Blackburn into safe accommodation for the area’s young homeless, as part of a ... more

Prestigious project nets two awards

In a four week period, Collett & Sons Ltd delivered three 169 Tonne Super Grid Transformers, a prestigious National Grid project which awards the team the titles of the FTA Road Freight Operator ... more

Supporting the understanding of mental health awareness

Aico and the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) are joining forces to help educate and increase understanding of mental health awareness.

Aico will be taking to the road with its mobile ... more

Bringing smart EV charging services to Japan

Driivz has been selected by the Ennet Corporation to bring smart EV charging services to the country. The project will enable Ennet to pursue new business opportunities in the area of smart energy.

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Energy Institute praises energy and cost saving project 

An innovative trial giving inner-city residents LED lightbulbs, eco-kettles, smart meters and energy advice, has won a national award.

UK Power Networks’ flagship research project to find ways ... more

Community groups benefit from energy efficiency funding

Eight community groups across London, the East and South East of England are celebrating receiving grants from UK Power Networks’ Power Partners programme.

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Eight new EV charging locations across Test Valley

A total of 18 new electric vehicle charging points will be installed at car parks in Andover and Romsey over the coming weeks, as Test Valley Borough Council bids to cater for the growing number of ... more

Global recognition for advanced electricity network

UK Power Networks has received international recognition for the continuous advanced development of the power grid it operates across London, the South East and East of England.

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iLECSYS Group – the UK’s leading supplier of enclosures

iLECSYS Group are pleased to announce the acquisition of PBK Enclosures. Peter Bowers of PBK has decided to retire from the business and moving forwards iLECSYS will be taking on their customer base. ... more

Hultafors NEW Range of ‘Snap-Off’ Knives

Precision, quality and long-lasting sharpness are the hallmarks of these superb new products.

Hultafors Tools has launched a new range of ‘Snap-Off’ Knives for professional craftsmen and women. ... more

Engineers focus on nation’s health and wellbeing

Engineers are key to helping the nation keep healthy and well - from helping find cures for cancer and keeping people safe at sea, to helping dementia patients.

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All time high

Earnings for self-employed electricians rose by 5.8 per cent last month to hit the highest level on record, according to the latest figures released by Hudson Contract.

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Everest basecamp trek raises thousands for EIC

Two Rexel employees have returned home after completing a challenging trek to Everest base camp, raising an amazing £13,870 for the Electrical Industry Charity (EIC).

The two adventurers Kate ... more

Revolutionising on-street EV charging

Liberty Global has unveiled details of a new project that utilises the network infrastructure of its UK subsidiary, Virgin Media, to help revolutionise on-street electric vehicle charging. Vattenfall ... more

DART-ing ahead on the race track

Thirty-five Technical University Darmstadt students from various disciplines, including computer science and mechanical, electrical, and industrial engineering, have worked together to form the ... more

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