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NHS trusts falling behind on decarbonisation targets, despite EV charger rollout
NHS trusts across the UK are falling behind on their decarbonisation targets, according to data collated by Eaton.
Could the Covid recovery be concealing a growing mental health epidemic?
The economic recovery from Covid-19 could be concealing a growing mental health epidemic among construction SMEs.
Carl Kammerling boosts BrightSparks college sponsorship scheme
Carl Kammerling International is further bolstering its commitment to the college sponsorship scheme it launched in 2003.
Rapid communication is critical for decarbonising the energy grid
Stephen Hayes explores the importance of increasing the energy grid response as we work to power the revolution in energy.
Service helps drive and motor users to avoid unplanned downtime
The ABB Ability Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) service provides an overview of the health and maintenance requirements of drives and motors.
SEGRO Park Rainham gains High Voltage connection
SEGRO Park, a business and industrial centre located just outside London in Rainham, Essex, has been connected to the High Voltage network.
myenergi redesigns product line-up in response to global chip shortage
The global chip shortage continues to adversely impact the tech industry, with myenergi now redesigning its devices in response to the crisis.  The ECA and SELECT recently warned its members about a shortage…
Earth resistance testing: Why and how?
Effective earthing is essential for the safe operation of every electrical system and to ensure earthing is effective, testing is essential.
Floating wind farms just got a step closer to prime time
Floating wind farms are seen as key to helping the world reach its net zero goal and the technology is closer to prime time than ever before.
UK Government set to expand halogen lighting ban
Inefficient lighting is finally about to get the nail in the coffin it deserves, as the UK eyes up a ban on the sale of halogen light bulbs.