Working From Due To Coronavirus Means Wellbeing Must Be Considered

Working From Home Due To Coronavirus Means Wellbeing Must Be Considered

Employers’ concern for staff wellbeing must now go well beyond the traditional workplace, says ...

HUBER+SUHNER Take The Wheel, Sparking Electric Vehicle Innovation

HUBER+SUHNER Take The Wheel, Sparking Electric Vehicle Innovation

With increasing consumer demand for Electric Vehicles (EVs), manufacturers face the challenge of creating ...

80% Of Companies To Invest In Warehouse Tech As Online Shopping Surges

80% Of Companies To Invest In Warehouse Tech As Online Shopping Surges

High street retailers have seen footfall decrease over recent years as online sales become ...

Mind The Gap: Solving The Industry’s Skills Shortage

Mind The Gap: Solving The Industry’s Skills Shortage

The UK’s trades, including the electrical industry, are feeling the effects of a lack ...

Elmhurst Energy Calls For Improvements After Two Thirds Of UK Homes Fail On Energy Efficiency

Elmhurst Energy Calls For Improvements After Two Thirds Of UK Homes Fail On Energy Efficiency

Elmhurst Energy has called for more Government policies to encourage the increased uptake of ...

More Needs To Be Done To Encourage Female Electrical Apprentices

A group of respected industry bodies have praised the recent rise in female electrical ...

How do you check those surges? Metrel explains

Brendan Beaver, Manager of Metrel UK – a supplier of innovative test solutions – ...

Fuel Poverty: Is Energy Efficient Heating The Solution?

Fuel Poverty: Is Energy Efficient Heating The Solution?

Whilst many look forward to the winter months and cosy dark nights, the harsh ...

ECA Publishes Letter Calling For Rail Electrification Programme

ECA Publishes Letter Calling For Rail Electrification Programme

The Government needs to kick-start a ‘rolling programme’ of rail electrification, say business, passenger, ...

A Third Of Construction Professionals Believe Fire Safety Training Remains Inadequate Post-Grenfell

A Third Of Construction Professionals Believe Fire Safety Training Remains Inadequate Post-Grenfell

A third of construction professionals believe the industry still has ‘inadequate’ knowledge and training ...