A man has been jailed for carrying out dangerous work while posing as a registered electrician.

According to a new growth analysis report by Global Market Insights, Inc., Aluminum wire market share to reach USD 65 billion by 2024. 

The ongoing threat of poor and potentially dangerous electrical work has been highlighted once again by SELECT, the industry body for Scotland's electricians, as it is revealed that counterfeit copies of vital wiring regulations are being offered for sale.

“With the new IET Wiring Regulations coming into force on 1st January 2019, we understand many electrical contractors still do not feel ready for the mandatory changes.  We’ve gathered feedback from across the industry and we continue to listen to electricians’ concerns regarding the changes and,

One of the UK’s leading non-food wholesalers has announced that the new customer rewards programme it introduced earlier this year is already proving to be a great success.

Prefect Controls have introduced a new feature for their PrefectIrus product – the integration of an accurate current meter that monitors energy u

Rolec EV has confirmed that its entire range of Electric Vehicle charging points have been developed to meet and comply with the new IET 18th Editio

The Centre for Process Innovation - CPI - is working in a collaboration, funded under the Government’s Faraday Challenge initiative, to develop UK-made battery cells for niche electric vehicles.

Non-compliant internet sellers will be liable for the WEEE compliance of product they sell online. That is the position set out in the Government’s Resources and Waste Strategy, released today.

Commenting on the news, Recolight CEO Nigel Harvey said:

An experienced Midlands energy renewable company is exporting its solar panels to homes and businesses across Europe.