Napit has announced a new app, Napit Mobile, which is specifically designed for Napit members to certify their work on the move on mobile and tablet.
eVolt and National Grid believe business owners can have a significant impact on the number of drivers converting to electric vehicles (EVs) by simply giving employees access to charge points at work.
Thousands of pounds are set to be raised for good causes in the electrotechnical industry at the upcoming ECA Gala Dinner and Annual Awards, which is being held in London this June.
A series of organisations from across building services engineering are backing the new industry-wide Power Players initiative, which is being run by the Electrical Contractors' Association (ECA), and is set to formally launch in late spring.
Greater transparency in energy sustainable practice among data industry players will help improve collaboration to tackle rising carbon emissions seen in the industry. In Greenpeace’s 2017 green IT report, ‘Clicking Clean: Who is winning the race to build a green internet?’, many hyperscalers scored highly in the report for its adoption and initiatives on renewable energy, but other players in the industry were urged to improve advocacy and transparency, and to work more collaboratively.
Westermo and Southampton Solent University have teamed up to help address the digital skills shortage affecting the UK industrial and manufacturing sector by introducing students to data communications technology that will be used to support the widespread applications of the industrial internet of things (IIoT).
Select, the trade association for the electro-mechanical industry in Scotland hosted a series of seminars on Wednesday, 22 February on the advantages conferred to the sector by the recent introduction of Project Bank Accounts (PBAs) by the Scottish government.
Aggreko has published a free planning guide to help prepare for grid blackouts or power equipment failures in the rail industry.
Defra has today proposed a 2017 lamp collection target for the UK of 6009 tonnes. They have said they would particularly welcome evidence from stakeholders to support or indicate if an alternative target may be appropriate.