Electrical Trade News from around the UK.

Until very recently, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) legislation has been defined by a UK law, which was based on an EU Directive introduced 25 years ago. But as research, development and technology has moved on, thankfully, so has EU Law.

With UK Government figures reporting that renewable energy accounted for almost 30 per cent of energy generated, power quality specialist REO UK is focussing on ensuring reliable power generation for the future.

Harvard Technology, a pioneer in smart wireless lighting solutions, has appointed Gary Lynch as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Another year of successful awareness raising, outreach and training initiatives was recorded at the AGM of SELECT, the campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland.
 

Improved operations, a reduction in unplanned outages and better managed variations in market conditions — it's the idyllic aim of power leaders across the globe, but how is the digital twin concept making this goal a reality?

A new online training resource from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), the IET Academy, has launched a comprehensive yet flexible course to get electricians up-to-date with the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671:2018).

Powerstar, the market-leading energy storage and voltage optimisation brand, has announced a new partnership with Argonaut Power to provide fully funded battery storage solutions and on-site renewable generation for energy conscious businesses allowing them to reduce electricity costs, maximise r

Despite being first invented in the 1830s, electric vehicles (EVs) have only become commercially viable in the last decade. Here, Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality specialist REO UK, explains the challenges faced by automotive companies designing the next generation of EVs.

Warrington-based engineering solutions provider, Boulting Ltd has promoted human resources (HR) manager, Michelle Stott, to the position of HR director.