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Vatenfall has put forward proposals to construct a new 66-acre solar farm near Herne Bay in Kent, which will provide power for 5,000 homes.
Omicron has released a paper that highlights the importance of regularly testing power quality instruments.
Eaton has announced that it is going to exit the mains lighting market in EMEA to focus on emergency lighting and fire products.
As we move towards a fossil fuel-free future, incentives on electric vehicles should be getting better, not more erratic.
The death of an 80-year-old man at Aberdeen Market could have possibly been prevented had there been adequate emergency lighting.
Thorn has launched a new range of lighting products ideally designed for educational buildings, such as schools and colleges.
SECTT has secured funding from SELECT, SJIB and EETF to provide electrical apprentices and trainees with loaner laptops.
The Electrical Industries Charity has highlighed how it can offer relationship support to those in our sector, even during the pandemic.
EDF Energy has announced plans for a new solar farm located in Sutton Bridge that would provide enough power for 10,000 homes
An estimated 14% of lighting appliances owned by UK households now utilise LEDs, a major step towards making homes more efficient.