Features

Megger explains how it helped Nebraska Public Power District clear its cable replacement backlog.

In June, virtually all of Argentina, Uruguay, and Paraguay were left without electricity following a massive power failure. Could something similar happen in the UK? Leo Craig of Riello UPS outlines the biggest threats to our power supplies and unveils a new report that investigates the consequences of a nationwide blackout.

Rob Walker of Lighting Controls Ltd takes a look back at the early days of lighting control, and ahead to its bright future.

Could immersion cooling be the key to superfast charging and a reduction in range anxiety? Mark Lashbrook, technical manager at M&I Materials, gives us his insight.

Remote monitoring is an essential tool to optimise a building’s infrastructure. Here, Resource Data Management discusses how integrating a comprehensive remote monitoring strategy for HVACR assets into the management of any facility can increase its efficiency and reduce operating costs. 

Garrett Walsh, P.E., control and monitoring product manager at nVent, assesses the benefits of smart technology in electric heat-tracing systems. 

In an increasingly digitised world, Stewart Gregory, VP of Power Products at Schneider Electric, warns why electrical contractors must mind the innovation gap.

Paul Brickman, sales and marketing director at Crestchic, explores the critical role of UPS testing and discusses why backup power alone just isn’t enough. 

Chris Pearson, managing director at Vickers, explains why it makes sense for commercial and industrial businesses to invest in an energy management system.

With today’s demand for ‘always on’ digital services, how can operators ensure customers aren’t left disappointed? Marc Garner, vice president, Secure Power Division, Schneider Electric UK & Ireland, examines the methods deemed essential for dodging that dreaded downtime, as well as ways to increase energy efficiency and security.