SELECT, the campaigning body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland, has added its voice to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the use of cash retentions in construction.
Day: March 21, 2020
Thermal storage company Sunamp and clean energy ownership platform Ripple Energy have a signed a memorandum of understanding to provide Ripple customers with zero carbon heating and hot water solutions.
Pause for thought for those convinced that achieving net zero carbon means electric heating will become the norm in all British buildings within the next 15 years. Currently over 80% of UK homes depend on gas for heating and cooking.
Rapid rise in home working means employers must consider wellbeing beyond the workplace, says Tamlite
Employers’ concern for staff wellbeing must now go well beyond the traditional workplace, says a leading lighting manufacturer who is advising businesses to make sure their staff are fully equipped for working at home.
J S Wright has secured a contract of around £11 million to fit out a new energy efficient housing development in Bristol.
Flexicon has worked with electrical contractors, Yorkshire Plumbing and Heating Services (YPHS) to deliver the cable protection system for the state-of-the art National Centre of Excellence for Food Engineering (NCEFE).
Over nine in 10 engineering services businesses have said they are ‘concerned or very concerned’ about the impact of coronavirus on their business over the next six months, according to initial responses to a new engineering services survey by ECA, BESA and SELECT.