The cat is finally out of the bag, in early December, Electrical Review will officially celebrate its 150th anniversary with a special edition issue of the magazine.
Plans for the 150th anniversary have long been in place, with the special edition issue serving as a celebration of the electrical industry, as well as the place Electrical Review has taken within it over the last 150 years.
Electrical Review is the longest running electrical journal in the UK, having first published back in November 15, 1872. While things have come a long way since then, we’ve been there to report on every major change facing the electrical industry.
To celebrate that history, we will be producing a one-off, collectible edition. This will be unlike any other issue of Electrical Review, and while it will still feature fan favourite sections such as Gossage, the whole issue will be dedicated to the electrical industry — past, present and future.
We will spotlight some of the inventions that Electrical Review was the first to report on, as well as our relationship with key industry leaders — such as Nikola Tesla. However, we don’t want this issue just to be a celebration of the last 150 years, as Electrical Review has always been a publication that looks to the future, something we plan to heavily focus on in this special edition.
For those of you already subscribed to receive Electrical Review, this is one issue you’ll want to receive in print — the digital edition will not do it justice. It’s easy to convert your existing subscription to receive a print copy of the magazine, just contact [email protected]. For those of you not yet subscribed, now is the time to do so here.
For our advertisers, this is also a very special issue that you’ll not want to miss. To hear about the latest opportunities available for the 150th anniversary edition, contact [email protected].uk or [email protected] for all the details.
We can’t wait to share with you all this very special edition of Electrical Review, so keep your eyes peeled for the magazine when it drops through your letterbox in early December.