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Under 40 year old laws, Londoners – unlike the rest of the country - wishing to rent out their homes for less than three months, must get planning permission from their local council. Now the Government aims to change this through a measure in the Deregulation Bill.
In the giveaway that just keeps on giving, Schneider Electric launches phase two of its fantastic EZ Rewards promotion, this time offering installers the opportunity to win a £2000 holiday voucher as well as other great leisure prizes.
The leading marine certification body has given its approval to safety product designed to reduce arcing times to prevent major hazards and minimise equipment damage:
Product Description:Bulkhead luminaire for 1 x 28W TC-DD lamp. magnetic circuit. white finish body/bezel and opal polycarbonate diffuser. Round shape. Complete with 840 lamp(s). Dimensions: Ø455 x 105 mm Total power: 36 W Weight: 2.5 kgElectrical data:Lamps: 1 x TC-DD / 28 WLamp flux: 2050 lmColor Rendering Index: 1BBallast: MAG Tridonic EC...
This year, Electrical Safety First’s award for Best Electrical Safety Project, at the SELECT Electrotechnical Awards, was won by Fife Council.
Commenting on the Consumer Rights Bill – which has just concluded its Report Stage in the House of Lords – Phil Buckle, Director General of Electrical Safety First, said:
Streetlights already ‘buzz’ with electric power, so it makes sense to use them also to charge up electric vehicles (EVs). Car manufacturer BMW certainly believes so and has launched a street lighting system equipped with charger to keep EVs topped up when needed. James Hunt reports:
Siemens Heating Controls - OverviewSiemens Heating Controls, are one of the World#s leading suppliers of products for the safe and efficient control of heating systems in domestic residential and commercial installations.Our reputation is second to none, we aim to maintain this reputation through our commitment to design and product quality,...
Facing £157m budget cuts over the next few years, Derbyshire County Council decided that some lateral thinking was needed. The result is the plan to replace its over 68,000 existing streetlights with low energy LED lighting to help balance the books. By James Hunt:

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