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Britishvolt partners with Siemens to ensure 2023 manufacturing date
Britishvolt has announced a partnership with Siemens which will give the battery maker access to a myriad of technologies.
ESP develops its contactless door access range
The latest addition to ESP’s Aperta range of access control products is an infrared contactless exit button.
OVIA adds linear batten LED lights to Inceptor range
Ovia has announced the Inceptor B-Lite, a range of 4ft, 5ft and 6ft linear batten multi-current LED fittings.
SECTT to hold talks with Scottish Minister over Apprenticeship Employer Grants issue
Electrical firms in Scotland have reported issues accessing the Apprenticeship Employer Grants, prompting SECTT to hold talks.
Hitachi Capital ups investment in Gridserve’s Electric Forecourt rollout
Hitachi Capital has confirmed that it is ploughing an additional £10 million into the rollout of Gridserve’s Electric Forecourt.
How Volvo is helping the City of Gothenburg go climate-neutral by 2030
The City of Gothenburg in Sweden wants to be carbon neutral by 2030, so is beginning the roll-out of urban green zones.
Megger debuts new TPT420 two-pole voltage tester
Megger has announced the new TPT420 two-pole voltage tester, which it says offers outstanding value for money.
Fault at power station knocks out Pakistan’s entire electricity network
Pakistan was plunged into darkness as the country’s entire electricity network went offline due to a fault at a power station.
Stoke Newington gets £3.5 million boost to ensure electrical network reliability
The electrical network in Stoke Newington, which serves more than 50,000 homes and businesses, has been upgraded by UK Power Networks.
Norway, Netherlands lead world in electric vehicle adoption
Norway and the Netherlands are leading the world when it comes to the adoption of electric vehicles, with EVs enjoying over 50% market share.