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Ecolighting UK has been awarded a contract to supply LED lighting to the 164,000 sqft Minworth Central warehouse in Minworth near Birmingham for Rico Logistics. The company will be installing several of its product ranges at the site, with the installation expected to reduce the power consumption and the energy costs associated with lighting the warehouse. 

Tonight the Oxford Street Christmas lights will be turned on for the 60th time, but don’t worry, they’re not using the same bulbs as they did in the 1960s. In fact, the technology is brand-new for 2019, and the street will be illuminated with modern and energy-efficient LEDs. 

Universities across the UK are not investing in new technologies that could reduce the risk of electrically ignited fires, potentially putting students at risk, according to new research from Eaton. 

P4 has been awarded its very first BSI Kitemark certification, after the company’s Fastel automatic emergency lighting testing and monitoring systems managed to pass the rigorous tests set by the British Standard Institution. 

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has added two new energy monitoring devices to its Sentron power portfolio. Dubbed the 7KM PAC3220 and 7KMPAC3120, these sensors have been designed to accurately measure how much power is being used by devices installed within a building, and then feed that information back to a central system. 

ESP has added a new Wi-Fi thermostat to its Sangamo range of heating controls and time switches, providing installers with the opportunity to easily add a smart control function to their customers’ home heating.

Described by BSI as “a new benchmark in cable compliance” the BSI Kitemark for Cable Batch Verification is a new programme regulated and under the rigorous surveillance of the British Standards Institute.

Bender UK is penetrating the electric vehicle (EV) market further, with the addition of the Chargespot Berlin - a new and innovative smart commercial electric vehicle charge station.

The ENA recommendations for G59 give the required settings for generators to connect to the Grid, witnessed on-site by the Distribution Network Operator (DNO).

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