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Day: April 11, 2012

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Part P consultation

In the April issue of Electrical Review, our Blown Fuse column (included in this newsletter) covered the government’s new Part P consultation, which began on 31 January and closes on 27 April. First to respond to John Houston’s column was Phil Buckle,

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Show success generates huge interest in Borri’s UPS solutions

This year’s Data Centre Conference & Expo, was a huge success for uninterruptible power supply (UPS) specialist, Borri. The show, which was held at London, Olympia, provided the Sheffield-based business with the ideal platform to showcase its extensive range of high efficiency

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Marco – Going for Gold, an Olympic Business

In this challenging economic climate, what benefits can be gained from buying British? As a UK manufacturer, Marco is committed to developing quality products delivered through first class service channels, based on common principles that underpin the UK contracting market. Paul Diggins,

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Load monitoring technology helps utility customers manage consumption of energy

Sensus, a provider of smart grid infrastructure technologies for electric, gas and water utilities, today announced an agreement with Navetas Energy Management to deliver the UK-based company’s patented energy management software that allows consumers to accurately and intelligently monitor the electricity consumption

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Double health and safety award for Murphy Power

The North East Power Division of J. Murphy & Sons received a double award at Northern Powergrid’s Annual Health & Safety Conference for customer service and safety performance throughout 2011. Murphy has been working with Northern Powergrid for the last three years

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Green Deal will fall short without clear SME role

Following DECC’s unveiling of the first initiative providers, the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has said the Green Deal cannot fully meet customer expectations without active SME involvement.

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