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Importance of emergency lighting highlighted after death of 80-year-old man
The death of an 80-year-old man at Aberdeen Market could have possibly been prevented had there been adequate emergency lighting.
Thorn’s latest luminaires offer an education in lighting
Thorn has launched a new range of lighting products ideally designed for educational buildings, such as schools and colleges.
SECTT provides electrical apprentices with loaner laptops to help with remote studying
SECTT has secured funding from SELECT, SJIB and EETF to provide electrical apprentices and trainees with loaner laptops.
Electrical Industries Charity highlights importance of relationship support during Covid-19
The Electrical Industries Charity has highlighed how it can offer relationship support to those in our sector, even during the pandemic.
EDF proposes new solar farm for Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire
EDF Energy has announced plans for a new solar farm located in Sutton Bridge that would provide enough power for 10,000 homes
LED lighting continues to grow in popularity with UK households
An estimated 14% of lighting appliances owned by UK households now utilise LEDs, a major step towards making homes more efficient.
Wieland’s new podis power bus system – for the simple distribution of power
The new podis power bus system from Wieland Electric helps to implement the distribution of power quickly and easily.
Construction begins on world’s largest Tesla Megapack energy storage installation
Tesla Megapack devices are set to be installed en-masse in California, in what is the largest deployment of Tesla’s energy storage solution.
Smith Brothers expands team, despite Covid-19 pandemic
Smith Brothers has announced that it is expanding its team located in Sheffield from four to eight, despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Think tank proposes railway-style catenary lines to power electric trucks
The Centre for Sustainable Road Freight has proposed a network of railway-style catenary lines to power electric lorries.