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Osprey Charging to expand EV charging options at Shell forecourts
Osprey Charging will fully fund, install and operate a network of 175kW Tritium chargers under the Shell Recharge brand.
Harting debuts har-modular system for ultimate PCB flexibility
Harting has debuted a new PCB connector that promises to give you a trillion combination possibilities for data, signal and power.
More than half of electricians report mental health issues
Mental health issues plague those working in the electrical trade, with research suggesting that 51% of electricians had reported issues
ECA, SELECT warn members of materials and product shortage
While the UK may be recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, supply chains are still suffering, leading to long lead times for products.
Fluke Networks LinkIQ Cable+Network Tester promises reliable performance
Fluke Networks has launched the LinkIQ Cable+Network tester, which combines switch diagnostics with state-of-the-art cable measurement tech.
How UK Power Networks is Levelling Up its workforce and customers
UK Power Networks has committed to the Levelling Up Goal initiative spearheaded by former Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening.
Fred Olsen Windcarrier redeploys vessel from Moray East in the UK to APAC
Fred Olsen Windcarrier (FOWIC) is redeploying one of its installation vessels to Asia, following explosive demand in the region.
DALI+ ditches the wires for true wireless or IP-based smart lighting
Manufacturers using the DALI protocol over a wireless or an IP-based network can now set themselves apart using the DALI+ branding.
Why I’m withdrawing my support for the Cumbria coal mine
In my most recent column, I challenged those who condemned Cumbria County Council for backing a new coal mine, now I’m withdrawing my support.
Powered On: What is the UK Government doing to achieve net zero?
In this week’s episode of Powered On, we go beyond net zero to ascertain what the government plans to do to help us ‘build back greener’.