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What comes next for the UK’s green revolution?
The UK Government has yeeted the Green Homes Grant out of the door, never to be seen again, but what comes next for the UK’s green revolution?
TESP partners with The Youth Group to address industry skills gap
The Electrotechnical Skills Partnership (TESP) has partnered with The Youth Group to address the skills gap in the electrical industry.
UK risks missing net zero goal without substantial behavioural changes
The UK is at risk of missing its legally-binding net zero goal by 2050 unless substantial behavioural changes are made.
Why parametric insurance could supercharge investment in renewables
Charley Grimston, chief executive of Altelium, explains how parametric insurance could be the ideal solution for the renewable market.
ECS helps donates to #wemakeICTpossible campaign to address digital poverty
ECS has donated to the #wemakeICTpossible campaign to provide much needed ICT resources to children and their families.
Omicron to hold Power Utility Communication Tutorial & Workshop
Omicron is set to hold a Power Utility Communication Tutorial & Workshop on April 14 – 15, 2021, which is now open to registrants.
Zenobe Energy set to build Europe’s largest battery in Chester, UK
Zenobe Energy has announced plans for Europe’s largest grid-connected battery energy storage in Capenhurst, Chester.
Scotland’s electrical industry once again backs protection of title legislation
Scotland’s electrical industry has once again backed new legislation that will protect the title of electrician.
Nobody gets left behind in the Green Revolution
The UK Government needs to make sure that nobody gets left behind in the upcoming Green Revolution, making it accessible to all.
India has one of the world’s most ambitious net zero targets
India has become the latest country to consider its net zero future, with the country now considering a 2050 deadline.