NAPIT welcomes the Heat and Buildings Strategy and the Net Zero Strategy, published in October. The much anticipated documents set out a high-level overview of how the UK aims to reach the goal of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. 

Acquisition will see the two companies serve almost five million UK Customers and share resources, technology and expertise

By Tim Dew

The delegates to COP26 have bought their tickets and are leafing through their Glasgow guidebooks. More than 30,000 climate experts, campaigners, policymakers and world leaders have descended on the city for the most keenly-anticipated environmental event for years.

myenergi welcomed electric vehicle drivers from across the UK and Europe to its eco headquarters in Lincolnshire, as they travel to the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference.

 Schneider Electric, the World’s Most Sustainable Company in 2021 as ranked by Corporate Knights and leader in digital transformation of energy management, is today unveiling a suite of cutting edge connected living pr

Thanks to LED and compact battery technology, surface mounted emergency lighting is now convenient, easy to install and unobtrusive. But is it being unnecessarily overlooked in favour of recessed, in situations where surface-mounted could be the better option?

Schneider Electric, the World’s Most Sustainable Corporation in 2021 as ranked by Corporate Knights and the leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, announced the Canalis Track Line Series, a power distribution system for server tracks. 

November is men’s month, and the Electrical Industries Charity is highlighting how important it is to be in the know about testicular cancer.

Over half (51%) of UK electricians experience mental health problems due to work-related issues, a new study1 has found. 

Almost nine in ten (86%) UK tradespeople have been abused at work by customers, with swearing, threatening messages and even physical attacks common in the industry, new research has revealed. 

Many budding electricians have begun taking their first steps into the industry in the form of trainee schemes and apprenticeships.

By Mark Yeeles, Vice President Industrial Automation UK & Ireland, Schneider Electric