The self-build sector continues to give rise to a multitude of expansive domestic dwellings and as fuel bills continue to rise, more and more home owners are taking the opportunity to install renewable heating technologies at the construction phase.
In the same week that Voltimum UK published its first VoltiTECH about electrical training comes news that Voltimum Founder Member company, Schneider Electric, has had another success with its ‘Energy University’. Merck, a leader in healthcare and pharmaceuticals, has launched Energy University to educate its employees around the world on energy ...
Students and researchers at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom will be at the forefront of international research into the storage and management of renewable energy, after agreeing a new demonstrator project using Siemens Low and Medium Voltage Division’s innovative Siestorage System.
Emergi-Lite provides its view on the current state of electrical installation training in the UK, and believes that more apprentices and better training are essential to avoid critical errors during the installation phase:
Have you ever wondered what the industry's influential figures have on their desks? From a crystal ball to bright orange folders filled with tendered jobs, find out more about Owen & Palmer Managing Director and ECA President, Andy Basham.
To qualify as an electrician, potential students will need to have industry-recognised training and qualifications. This VoltiTECH is all about electrical training, and James Hunt introduces the topic here: