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Day: December 6, 2012

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Rise of the Energy Bill

John Cridland, CBI director general, has spoken out on last week’s publication of the Energy Bill, in which the government announced by 2020 energy companies can add a total of £7.6bn to household bills to help pay for new power plants and

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Product Spotlight: The UPSL PowerWAVE 6000

With an escalating number of applications being classified as ‘business-critical’ –combined with the growth of other strategic IT trends such as mobile devices, server virtualization and cloud computing – the requirement for total reliability from power support equipment is unequivocal. Equally, in these challenging

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Technology-inspired innovation

The Technology Strategy Board ( is to invest up to £10m in new research and development projects that stimulate innovation across the key enabling technology areas of advanced materials; biosciences; electronics, sensors & photonics; and information & communications technology.

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Li-ion batteries specified for new small platform GEO satellites

Saft has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract from Boeing to build Li-ion battery packs for four new 702SP communications satellites. The technology-rich ‘small platform’ satellites, designed to operate in the 3- to 8-kilowatt power range, are being developed by Boeing for

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Breakfast seminars power ahead in January

The roadshow is aimed at consultants, engineers and organisations who are keen to learn about voltage optimisation solutions and who wish to learn about how they can establish relationships with voltage optimisation companies. All the seminars will be delivered by Dr Alex

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ECA CEO responds to Autumn Statement

Steve Bratt, CEO of the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), has praised the government’s pledge to invest £5bn in capital spending, confirmed in today’s Autumn Statement.

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