Batman and Robin, Mario and Luigi, Wallace and Gromit. In film, the role of the sidekick is crucial in aiding the protagonist to achieve their overall goal. John Mitchell, global sales & marketing director at CP Automation, explains the necessity of protecting uninterruptable power supply (UPS) systems with a surge protection device (SPD) that accounts for transient surges.

Philip Valarino, EV lead at EDF, explores how Vehicle to Grid chargers (V2G) and on-street charging could help meet the increasing demand for EV charging infrastructure in the UK.

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.

Emma Chetwynd-Jarvis, business development manager at Rock Power Connections, asks – is it easy to get an electricity connection for EV chargers?

Protective clothing specialist ProGARM explores the issue of “one size fits all” universal PPE and how to overcome the problem.

Emma Chetwynd-Jarvis, business development manager at Rock Power Connections, discusses the future of EV charging and the impact it could have on the electricity network.

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. 

To ensure compliance with safety regulations, a secondary source of power is required to feed all emergency evacuation lifts. UPS systems can offer many advantages, yet in the past they have been overlooked, says Power Control Ltd.