• FiT cuts could threaten the stability of up to 70% of solar PV companies warns Napit

    As the latest Feed-in Tariff Consultation ends, the Napit Trade Association are calling for the government to urgently rethink their proposals, warning that planned cuts will cripple one of the fastest growing industries in the UK.

  • Napit keeps members busy

    Napit has announced after successful trials in 2016 the Napit Keep Busy Scheme, powered by Quotatis, has been launched nationwide, exclusively for Napit members.

  • Spreading the word about electrical safety

    Napit’s business relationship director, Ian Halton, believes it is truly important local authorities and landlords to understand the realities of keeping their properties electrically safe.

    "The issue of electrical safety is high up on the government agenda currently, with consultations in both England and Wales looking into tightening the regulations which surround the inspection and testing of electrical installations in privately rented properties. 

  • Excellence rewarded through 2019

    NAPIT has maintained its Investor in Customers (IIC) Gold award for a second year, after surveying all their members this month.

  • Industry first: Electrical safety guidance for social housing

    Finally, guidance on how social housing providers should take care of the electrical installations they manage has been launched, with a reception at the Houses of Parliament yesterday.

  • Meet the NAPIT execs

    Anyone visiting ELEX at Alexandra Palace on 30th and 31st January will have the exclusive opportunity to meet NAPIT group chief executive and chief technical officer, as part of an expanded presence at the trade show. 

  • Members only

    Electrical Compliance and Safety Ltd (ECS), a national electrical inspection, repair and installation provider, have become the latest company to sign up as a member of NAPIT.

  • NAPIT: Creating a diverse and more inclusive industry

    NAPIT has highlighted a range of initiatives it is undertaking to promote its longstanding commitment to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), and has called for companies across the industry to take similar steps.