EAL is a company with electricity running through its veins. The specialist awarding organisation – that has helped more than 500,000 people from a variety of sectors embark on one of its qualifications over the last two years
Loddon Door Services based near Reading has been supplying bespoke steel doors to utility companies for many years. A double door version of the Loddon flood door has been tested to PAS 1188-1 for flood resistance by the BRE.
Carel, technology sponsor of DatacenterDynamics Converged conference at ICC ExCel London in November, exhibited its impressive range of energy efficient environmental control and monitoring solutions.
The meeting place of the Energy Supply&Chain Energy costs are rising and legislation is changing - this presents a huge financial challenge for organisations. With Exhibitors such as British Gas, RWE nPower, SSE, RBS Group, The Energy Institute and Honeywell, EMEX
Emergency lighting may not be the most exciting application for an emergency back-up system, it is, however, a vital aspect of every facility organisation however large or small. Here, Alan Luscombe, a director at Uninterruptible Power Supplies Ltd, a Kohler company, explains how system variants impact performance and protection and what to look for from a supplier.
From energy-saving controls to dramatic architectural light fittings, whatever your interest in lighting, you’ll find it at LuxLive, ExCeL Lon-don on 19-20 November.
Due to their exposed installation sites and large collection areas, Photovoltaic (PV) installations are at a high risk of damage due to both direct and indirect lightning strikes. Since the PV system is connected directly to the building electrical system, the subsequent damage and disruption from these surges can cause serious damage to PV installations, expensive inverters and the building electrical system. Damage is not only limited to potentially high repair costs but also loss of service and important revenue for Solar Power plants.
Implementing prefabricated data centres results in well understood benefits, such as speed of deployment, predictability, scalability and lifecycle cost. However, many of the practical considerations when deploying prefab infrastructure are less well known. Understanding the unique aspects of data centre projects is crucial to avoiding delays, unnecessary costs and, possibly, inefficient operations.
Schneider Electric has announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM)1 for its StruxureWare for Data Centers software suite.
This update identifies the key features of the directive and the government's proposed light-touch approach to its implementation.Those interested in the detail can find the key requirements for ESOS in Article 8 and the associated Annexes of the EED. Those who have not read the directive cover-to-cover will be interested in attending the Environment Agency briefing and the “Practical Implications of ESOS” expert panel, to be held on 19 November at EMEX, The Energy Management Exhibition, Excel London 19-20 November 2014.