Electrical Industry Manufacturer and Services Latest News

IET Confirms Delay for Domestic Installer Qualification

The Electrotechnical Assessment Specification Management Committee (EAS) has agreed at their meeting on 1st December 2011 to delay the implementation of the new Qualified Supervisors technical competence requirements till 6th April 2013, to align with anticipated revisions to Part P of the Building Regulations (England and Wales).

Read more ...

ENER-G Presents Capital-free Cost and Carbon Reduction Solutions at Ecobuild

ENER-G will showcase new and innovative energy management technologies and services - available without any upfront capital cost under shared savings agreements - at Ecobuild 2012.

Read more ...

EIC Announces Access to £29.2m Funding

The Energy Innovation Centre has revealed access to £29.2m of funding for innovators and companies looking to bring new ideas for tomorrow’s energy industry to market.

Read more ...

National Apprenticeship Certification System Launched for England

The Alliance of Sector Skills Councils, the organisation responsible for representing the voice of sector skills councils, sector skills organisations and their employers across the UK skills system, in conjunction with the National Apprenticeship Service, have launched a new online system to support the statutory certification of apprenticeships across England.

Read more ...

ESC Comment on Part P Public Consultation Paper

The Government has just launched its public consultation on Part P of the Building Regulations for England, which covers electrical safety in dwellings.

Read more ...

Siemens Powers Up Centre for the Future

Situated at the heart of London’s Green Enterprise District, the Crystal, a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens, will be an iconic landmark demonstrating Siemens’ commitment to creating sustainable cities. The exciting new building will feature conference facilities, research space and an interactive exhibition.

Read more ...

RWE npower Look to Maximise Customer Benefits from Government Smart Meter Programme

The benefits and costs of the Government’s planned roll-out of smart meters has been a key topic of discussion recently, RWE npower would like to re-affirm its commitment to smart metering and to working with the Department of Energy and Climate Change to deliver a responsible and well managed roll-out programme.

Read more ...

Switchgear and Circuit Protection Solutions for the Future

As building design becomes more innovative and organisations look to extend their premises on-site, rather than moving into a new build, there are a number of challenges for switchgear and circuit protection.

Read more ...

New Power Distribution Board Manufactured in UK

An investment of over £4million from Siemens has enabled full manufacturing of a new and innovative power distribution board – the SIVACON S4 - to take place in Wythenshawe in the UK.

Read more ...

Ellis Sells Cleats to China

ellis in chinaYorkshire-based cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis has turned the tables on the international trend for cheaply manufactured products from the Far East being sold into the UK by securing a significant order from China.

Read more ...