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The latest report from the Utility Strike Avoidance Group [USAG] has revealed a consistent rise in Utility Strikes, impacting the health and safety of workforces worldwide enter the Underground Utility Survey.

High voltage power contractor, Smith Brothers has begun work on the first of Arlington Energy’s energy storage and gas peaking projects – a short term operating reserve (STOR) site in Sheffield, Yorkshire.

The energy market is in a state of change. Technological, economic, environmental, and political developments are all having an unprecedented influence on how the UK considers, consumes and storesenergy. There are well publicised issues around how and where energy is produced, but the distributio

Paul Hutchens is CEO of Midlands-based solar specialists, Eco2Solar, he is a board member of the Solar Trade Association (STA), the UK's leading solar industry voice, and Chairman of the STA’s New Build Working Group which aims to inform governments, councils, house builders and consumers about s

Education, public health and industry collaboration were the running themes of this year’s Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering’s (CIPHE) ‘Dinner with the President’.

Chubb Fire & Security Limited employed more apprentices last year than in any previous year, expanding its apprenticeship programme to 28 new employees across many new disciplines, ranging from finance and IT to monitoring and project management, as part of an investment in the next generatio

Sirius Buying Group, one of the industry’s major buying groups of electrical appliance and kitchen retail is calling upon its retail members to join the online community and create a positive digital footprint to actively drive new enquiries to their businesses. 

The apocalypse is a common theme in literature and TV, some of the most disturbing include The Death of Grass by John Christopher (in which all of the worlds plant food dies) and Alas Babylon by Pat Frank, which depicts a nuclear war.

The apocalypse is a common theme in literature and TV, some of the most disturbing include The Death of Grass by John Christopher (in which all of the worlds plant food dies) and Alas Babylon by Pat Frank, which depicts a nuclear war.

Self-employed electricians are feeling the pinch with their weekly earnings falling by £124 a week during January compared to December. 

“It sounds grim,” says Hudson Contract Managing Director Ian Anfield. 

With rising ambitions to meet sustainability targets, the International Energy Agency (IEA) aims to have 220 million electric vehicles(EVs) on the road by 2030, EVs are fuelled by battery power and overheating must be avoided to ensure reliable and efficient operation, Here, Steve Hughes, managin

Experts from leasing giant LeaseVan conducted research and outlined the costly fines van and truck drivers could face if prosecuted on Britain’s roads.

The research highlights the cost of fines for road users who commit minor and serious motoring offences.

PropertyHeads.com, the property and social network portal, has just registered its 5,000th tradesmen since its launch, four months ago.