Hot topic Military spending was a hot topic in the General Election. Specifically the charge that the UK is about to fall foul of NATO guidelines which require each member country to spend at least 2% of Gross Domestic Product on defence.
Day: May 7, 2015
Eland Cables, a global supplier of power, data and control cables to the world’s most demanding industries, has become the first UK cable supplier to achieve UKAS ISO 17025 accreditation for its Cable Lab – an in-house, specialist cable testing laboratory.
Energys is encouraging community and foundation Special Schools to take advantage of a deadline extension on Salix funding applications for energy-efficient upgrades. The original deadline was 20 March 2015, but Salix is still accepting applications until all the funding has been allocated.
Rexel, a world leader in the electrical market, today announced 100 branches across the country will take part in the ‘Nest Pro Tour’. The UK-wide roadshow that will see a dedicated Nest training team visit partners across the country in a mission
Tridonic Distribution continues its growth and investment with the announcement of a new website http://www.tridonicdist.co.uk/index.html Tridonic’s extensive portfolio includes LED and OLED light sources, electronic lighting control gear and digital lighting control systems and the site provides easy to navigate information
Leading electrical wholesaler, Newey & Eyre and training provider JTL have reported a fantastic turnout to their recent National Apprenticeship Week collaboration indicating a growing industry demand for apprentices.
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) 2015 conference – 23 June 2015, London – is focusing on the theme of women returning to engineering. Evidence has shown many qualified women in STEM are not returned to the engineering sector after a career or maternity
One of BP’s largest office sites, Sunbury Business Park, is home to the international centre for business and technology (ICBT) and BP’s upstream learning centre.
A new study from the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) has revealed building services contractors are still having serious problems getting paid when engaged on public sector work.