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Delta-EE, the specialist new energy market research consultancy, has released its UK electric vehicle, EV charging forecast, which shows the market is set for 29% year-on-year growth in charge point sales through to 2030, despite COVID-19’s impact on new ve
A street furniture manufacturer has designed a hands-free, mechanical, hand sanitiser dispenser for use in offices, factories, schools, shopping centres and even public realm areas such as high streets and parks.
Today, the British Ports Association issued a new report, “Reducing Emissions from Shipping in Ports: Examining the Barriers to Shore Power,” calling for
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- Financial support packages offered to help members during lockdown period
As a result of Covid-19, many businesses are finding themselves in very unchartered territory and they are having to review the way that they operate. With this in mind, we have put together five things you can do now, to help better prepare for life once normality resumes.
Some new and positive updates were shared by Chancellor Rishi Sunak in his update on 25th March 2020 specifically for the self-employed who until this point had been not
The members of the Small Business Legislative Council (SBLC) held a special Legislative meeting, on March 18th, 2020 to discuss COVID-19 and its impact on the workplace.
BASEC has now achieved notified body listing in Europe (Ireland) for BASEC Conformity Limited, NB 2851 via INAB to sit alongside that of BASEC UK LIMITED NB 2661 via UKAS.
Plans to provide sick pay amid the coronavirus outbreak were put in place in the Spring Budget this week but the low rate of payment was blasted by critics.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak pledged to make it easier for people to claim sick pay and outlined measures for self-employed people.
Industry bodies hail rise in female electrical apprentices – but say more should be done to inspire next generation
There are more than twice as female tradespeople including electricians, plumbers and construction workers in the UK than ten years ago, reveals new analysis1 from tradesperson insurer Direct Line for Business.