Robert Buckley, head of retail and relationship development at Cornwall Insight, comments on Ofgem's announcement that the default price cap will decrease by £17 to £1,162 for six months effective from 1 April 2020.
All commercial and industrial premises require mandatory emergency lighting, but with many businesses below standards due to poorly maintained or insufficient products, uptake is still not where it needs to be. Red Arrow Electrical Distribution offers advice on installing reliable and sufficient emergency lighting.
Following a surprise break into the electric vehicle (EV) market, Dyson’s £2 billion project came to an end in October 2019. With Dyson failing to find a way to make its project commercially viable, is the EV hype fizzling out? Simone Bruckner, MD of Cressall Resistors, busts some of the myths in EV uptake.
While the brakes have been put on HS2 for now, OEMs and engineers should consider how trains travelling up to 250 mph will function safely; that includes their braking systems. Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality specialist REO UK, explains how braking resistors will be crucial for stopping the world’s fastest trains.