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Jordan O'Brien

Jordan O'Brien

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Just a few weeks ago we promised you that 2021 will be a big year for Electrical Review and we were not exaggerating.

We’ve been cooking up something pretty special behind the scenes, and while we’re still a few weeks away from a formal launch, we want to give you – our loyal newsletter readers – the opportunity to learn about it first.

You may have noticed on the website that there’s a banner promising ‘Podcasts – New for 2021’, well we can now confirm that this is indeed happening imminently. In fact, we’ve already got a name, segment ideas and a whole host of episode titles that you are going to roll your eyes at.

So, what is this podcast? Well, it’s called Powered On and it will cover the entire breadth of the electrical industry, whether it’s the latest development in electric vehicle charging, the world of renewables, or the hottest new lighting trends. We’re going to have it all.

Powered On will be hosted by Electrical Review’s very own Claire Fletcher and Jordan O’Brien, but will regularly welcome guests to discuss important topics that are impacting our industry. It will be available everywhere you normally get your podcasts, which means Apple Music, Spotify, Google Podcasts and a whole host of other platforms.

We can’t wait for you to catch up with us on a regular basis as we explore the rapidly evolving electrical landscape, and of course, this podcast, as with everything we do at Electrical Review, is all about you – our reader. That’s why we’re going to have a whole host of ways for you to get involved – but first, we want you to share your ideas with us. So if you have anything you want to share, let us know at clairef@electricalreview.co.uk

Keep your eyes peeled for the formal launch of Powered On coming soon, we’re sure you’re going to love it!

This editorial originally appeared in the Electrical Review Newsletter dated January 28, 2021. To ensure you receive these editorials direct to your inbox, subscribe to the newsletter now. 

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