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Day: October 7, 2019

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Powering the UK’s infrastructure

It is vital that train manufacturers today keep trains operating with minimal disruption and downtime. With more passengers relying on train services than ever before, it is crucial that engineers have access to the components they need quickly to undergo repair and

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Switched on

Alex Emms, operations director at Kohler Uninterruptible Power, looks at the role of static switches within different UPS architectures, and how they ultimately contribute to power availability.

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The smart revolution is happening – Are you ready?

Smart technology makes people’s lives easier; it ensures businesses work more efficiently; and it helps combat climate change. Now’s the time for contractors to get smart about smart homes (and commercial spaces) and the vast opportunities the connected living market brings, says

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Cluster muster

Energy companies have ignited multibillion-pound plans in the Humber region for the UK’s first carbon-neutral “industrial cluster”. 

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What exactly is a smart building?

Karl Walker, market development manager at Beckhoff, explains why the term “smart building” may greatly vary in meaning – depending on who you ask.

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Saving energy needn’t cost the earth 

Paul Lawrence, managing director of Aermec UK, outlines how the HVAC plant (and equipment) is becoming more efficient, reducing energy costs and delivering more sustainable solutions.

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Electrifying the track 

Faced with growing pressure to reduce carbon emissions, European countries are increasingly making moves to power trains with electricity instead of diesel. In the UK, however, progress has often appeared hampered. Simone Bruckner, managing director at Cressall Resistors, looks at why the

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Getting warmer

Andrew Baker, sales director North Europe, FLIR Systems Ltd, explores the role of thermal imaging when it comes to predicting substation failure.

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