Alastair Ramsay, sustainability manager at Legrand, discusses how, as the range of available electric vehicles (EVs) being offered by manufacturers is growing rapidly and being widely advertised, installers are in a better position to take advantage of this slow but potentially very important growth area of the electrical business:
Mike asks this question about the use of earth leakage circuit breakers (ELCBs) in a bungalow and whether he needs to replace them with RCDs. His question has been answered by Legrand (Theme – Regulations and Legislation):
Ideal for high traffic and public environments such as schools, colleges and hospitals, the new range has been developed with Legrand’s innovative design know-how to provide tamper-resistant security for cables and accessories with no visible screws post installation. The screwless finish also ensures a smoother edge and neater installation.
Important training provider in the electrical sector and Voltimum UK training partner, JTL, has announced a significant upgrading of its on-line support services via apprenticeships and related programmes. By James Hunt:
CIOB, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Building, reports that a new study by the Construction Industry Council’s BIM 2050 group has concluded that the industry should ‘wake up to the transformative impact of digital technologies on its operations and workforce’ – and this includes Building Information Management (BIM). Electrical desig...