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Surge in EICR requests from landlords after Government passes new rules
Electricians across England are reporting a noticeable surge in the number of landlords requesting an EICR after Government rules changed
Why electrical contractors should be using social media to capitalise on lighting trends
Social media has consumers interested in how lighting can make an impact on the design of a home, electrical contractors need to exploit that.
How a customer-focused approach and technology helped Guardian make electrical compliance easy
Guardian Electrical Compliance found that by developing technology and being customer-focused, it could make electrical compliance easy.
Dependable battery testing made easier
Test sets in Megger’s TORKEL 900 range offer a convenient and dependable way of determining the true capacity of storage battery installations
Tesla Megapack energy storage solution to be deployed in the UK for the first time
The UK is getting its first installation of the grid-scale Tesla Megapack energy storage solution, which will help decarbonise the UK’s grid.
Out with the old and in with the new
Despite the trials and tribulations thrown at us by Covid-19, we at Electrical Review HQ have been beavering away behind the scenes to bring you a brand-new and improved website.
Eaton targets those with limited space with xStorage Compact energy storage solution
Eaton has announced the xStorage Compact, a multi-usage energy storage system that’s suitable for any building thanks to its small size.
Instavolt set to install thousands of EV charging points at McDonald’s restaurants in the UK
McDonald’s has announced plans to install thousands of EV chargers at its UK Drive-Thrus, with InstaVolt providing 125kW rapid chargers.
Arc Flash: Are you at risk?
Hamilton Smith, technical sales manager at specialists in Arc Flash protective wear, ProGARM, shines a spotlight on the life changing risks an Arc Flash incident can create. Here he highlights nine shocking (but…
Have we got the skills?
The Government’s commitment to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 depends on a range of technologies, including carbon capture and hydrogen, to decarbonise our industrial and energy sectors. But does the UK workforce really…