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UK Construction Week enjoys record-breaking registrations ahead of post-Covid return
Registrations for UK Construction Week (UKCW), the first major construction event in two years, have got off to a record-breaking start.
ECA confirms return of awards dinner
The Electrical Contractors Association has confirmed that it will offer an industry dinner at this year’s awards ceremony. 
AceOn partners with GTEC to offer energy storage training courses
Those wishing to learn about how to specify and fit energy storage systems can now go on an accredited course from AceOn and GTEC.
How did IETA get its carbon price prediction so wrong?
IETA tried to predict the price of carbon carbon in Europe, with its forecast being way out of current prices.
France leads the way in upskilling workers for the upcoming battery revolution
The French Government has partnered with EIT InnoEnergy to setup an academy to upskill workers ready for the battery revolution.
UKCA plagued by capacity issues, Actuate UK calls for more time
Actuate UK has called for an extension to the transition period between the EU’s CE and the UK’s UKCA product marks, citing serious issues.
Could the Covid recovery be concealing a growing mental health epidemic?
The economic recovery from Covid-19 could be concealing a growing mental health epidemic among construction SMEs.
Carl Kammerling boosts BrightSparks college sponsorship scheme
Carl Kammerling International is further bolstering its commitment to the college sponsorship scheme it launched in 2003.
New ECS card renewal requirements for Fire, Emergency and Security Systems occupations
The Electrotechnical Certification Scheme (ECS) is reminding renewing card holders that they may need to meet new requirements.
UK Power Networks shares what it’s doing to support SMEs
UK Power Networks has been assisting SMEs to help combat the pressures of Covid-19 and ensure they build back greener.