There could be a huge spike in retired lithium-ion batteries by 2040, according to the latest IDTechEx report. But the jury is still very much out on what we should do with those batteries.
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The Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB) has launched a new digital service to allow the ECS (Electrotechnical Certification Scheme) Health, Safety and Environmental Assessment to be taken and completed online by SELECT members.
As the construction industry gets ready to return to work, the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT) and Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB) have stressed the importance of preparing the next generation of electricians through the Pre-apprenticeship Programme.
The UK Government has announced that it is to further delay the introduction of the VAT reverse charging scheme until March 1, 2021.
Coal power plants have remained turned off for a full two months as of today, with the UK’s energy demand being provided by cleaner sources, such as solar and wind power.
Electricity North West, the DNO for much of the North West of England, is calling on MPs in the region to back the Local Electricity Bill, which the firm notes will transform the UK’s energy system and help lead towards net zero.
Has Covid-19 had an impact on procuring face masks for engineering services? This survey wants to know
A new survey which aims to establish the availability, cost and use of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) in engineering services has been launched.
Sales of EV charge points in the UK are still expected to rise in 2020, despite the lockdown imposed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Signify has announced plans to phase out the use of plastics in its packaging for consumer products by 2021.
Scolmore Group has been voted Supplier of the Year by Electricbase, one of the UK’s largest electrical wholesalers supplying contractors, installers, commercial and industrial users from its network of nationwide branches.