Electrical Trade News from around the UK.

Clare Adamson, Convener of Holyrood’s Cross Party Group on Accident Prevention and Safety has become the latest member of the Scottish Parliament to back the campaign to regulate electricians for Electrical Safety and supports SELECT, the electrotechnical trade association, for raising awareness

New data from all England and Wales fire and rescue services, the National Fire Survey 2019, has revealed that Greater London had the most fires in factories and warehouses at 180 from April 2015 to October 2018.

Given the speed at which energy theft cases can escalate and cause danger to life, it’s vital that teams are available to investigate reports instances as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Carl Kammerling International is set to launch its exciting new Fusion promotion, which runs from 1 February to 21 June 2019, offering retailers fantastic savings on over 160 products from all CKI brands including: C.K, C.K Magma, C.K Classic, Jokari, Avit and Kasp.

Leading lighting manufacturer Tamlite Lighting has shown its support for a new initiative, Quality Tracker, which aims to put an end to ‘spec breaking’ on construction projects.

Major buying group in the electrical appliance and kitchen retail industry, Sirius Buying Group, is pleased to announce Mark Veysey as its new General Manager with effect from Friday, 1st February 2019. 

Around 2.5 million households in the UK – ten percent of our housing stock - meet the criteria for fuel poverty, Shaun Hurworth from Glen Dimplex & Ventilation looks at how modern electric heating appliances can do their bit to help tackle the issue. 

Solo Energy is a renewable energy specialist that was established in Cork in 2015. It deploys and operates distributed energy storage systems, in the form of home batteries and ‘Vehicle-to-Grid’ (V2G) electric vehicle chargers, at any home or business in the UK that wishes to host one.

Leading supplier of LED lamps, Well-lit, has brought the first ever range of flexible LED filament bulbs using patented dim to warm technology, to the market. 

Hamilton Litestat has expanded its circuit protection range in accordance with ‘The 18th Edition’ to include two new Surge Protection Devices (SPDs), providing safeguarding against transients that could prove harmful to connected equipment.