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What happens when an EV battery reaches ‘end of life’?
Are some batteries being retired prematurely, and what does the ‘afterlife’ look like for a Tesla battery?
Trina Solar enters energy storage market with new Trina Storage brand
Trina Solar has announced that it is entering the energy storage market with the launch of the Trina Storage brand.
How to choose the right UPS system for the job
Marc Garner, VP Secure Power Division at Schneider Electric, details the considerations you should make when selecting a reliable UPS system.
British Gas orders 2,000 electric vans, promises full fleet electrification by 2025
British Gas has put in an order for 2,000 electric vans from Vauxhall, while also committing to accelerate its fleet electrification plans.
How the UK’s exit from the EU will impact our control over the electricity market
Electricity continues to flow across inter-connectors on both sides of the English Channel, but how has Brexit impacted that?
Thorn Lighting delivers floodlighting solution for The North School in Ashford, Kent
Thorn Lighting has provided the floodlighting for the new MUGA, all-weather pitch at The North School at Ashford in Kent.
Calls for UK Government to reduce VAT on green home improvements
The UK Government is being urged to reduce VAT on home efficiency projects and products, which could help with its green revolution.
ESP revamps Sangamo timers and heating controls range
ESP has made a significant investment in recent months to redevelop its Sangamo range of timers and heating controls.
Flexicon protects circuit integrity with Connectabox circular junction box
Flexicon, a manufacturer of flexible conduit systems, has launched Connectabox, a weatherproof, IP68/IP69 circular connection box.
Scolmore expands GridPro range with new USB charging modules
Scolmore has announced new GridPro 2.4A Type A USB charging modules, which have been designed for its popular GridPro range.