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New research from reichelt, one of Europe’s biggest electronic distributors, reveals 52% of electronics project managers face challenges sourcing products, and that this has led to projects being cancelled.
Solar power is currently installed in 850,000 homes in the UK, and interest is growing as consumers look for ways to alleviate the ever growing pressure on their wallets, and the Government strives to meet challenging emissions targets.
Buying a Work van is a big investment, so it makes sense to look after it. Mark Barclay from GSF Car Parts shares his advice for electricians who want to keep their vehicle in good shape and make the money that they've spent on it go furt
The 21stcentury has already welcomed a wealth of innovation; from smart phones, smart technology, to artificial intelligence, 3D printing and beyond. It is no surprise then, that the electrical industry has also experienced significant transformation during this time.
Hudson contract monthly pay data reveals earnings bounce back to average of â£1,124 a week during February.
It was business as usual for self-employed electricians during February, with earnings up £108 per week compared to January, says Hudson Contract.
Like many start-up businesses, Buzz Electrical Ltd had humble beginnings in a garden office attached to the family home.
As tempting as it may be to down tools and leave site quickly after a busy day, it’s important not to let this temptation get the better of you.
An independent study, done by the iNNiTi, to enhance the evidence base for hydrogen technology has paved the way for its feasibility as a future clean energy source in the Humber region.
GDPR and Brexit both seem to be all anyone has talked about over the past few years. Yet no one seems to be any clearer on these topics.
With domestic burglary on the rise by more than 30%, a basic security routine needs to be introduced says the GBC Group.
Van leasing specialists LeaseVan have urged UK drivers to steer clear of danger when stopping to top up their vehicles.
They have been told that mobile phone use is prohibited near fuel pumps because there is a small risk of sparking.
With the number of potholes set to rise over the next three months experts from van leasing giant Leasevan have revealed the shock costs British van drivers could face.
The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) is encouraging the wider industry to consider the importance of implementing effective building controls from the outset of building projects in order to meet current legislation.
As we enter the era of Industry 4.0, Nigel Smith, managing director of industrial robot specialist, TM Robotics, dispels some common misconceptions about implementing smart manufacturing.
Myth 1: Automation will replace humans
Britain’s four million van drivers have been warned of the serious health risks they face from sitting behind the wheel every day.