TradeSparky outlines a range of handy smartphone tools available from the convenience of your very own pocket.
Day: May 13, 2019
An additional £3.3 million, generated by the use of the WEEE Directive Compliance Fee in 2018, will be spent on projects supporting higher levels of reuse and recycling of waste electrical and electronic waste, the Joint Trade Association (JTA) has confirmed.
The Advanced Engineering exhibition is on the lookout for start-ups to showcase their inventions as part of its innovation zone.
We are pleased to announce the shortlist of entries nominated to the upcoming 2019 Electrical Review Excellence Awards, in association with Data Centre Review magazine and in partnership with Riello UPS.
The latest tariff data from Cornwall Insight – Pixie Energy’s parent company – reveals a considerable variation between energy tariffs in northern Scotland compared to that of southern Scotland.
An IR thermography camera is a useful tool for electrical inspection and data capture – but for an effective IR inspection, you need to be thinking ‘FORD’, says Andrew Baker, sales director north Europe, FLIR Systems Ltd.
Paul Stead, head of sales and marketing at Saftronics Ltd, examines how the smart industry is affecting switchgear.
As incidents of meter cheating continue to rise, Lloyd Birkhead, group managing director at Grosvenor Services Group – part of Echo Managed Services – outlines the dangers and why it is essential energy companies do more to safeguard the public (and their wallets).
Sick of late payments? Inna Kaushan, CEO and co-founder of Solna, explores how automated invoicing and credit scores can help electricians avoid awkward encounters, as well as mitigate any pain to their pockets.