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According to industry website Wiki-Solar, the UK has leapfrogged Germany and jumped to third place in the world ranking for utility-scale solar photovoltaic (solar PV) power generation in the first quarter of 2015. By James Hunt:
A fuel cell generator that will reduce costs and carbon emissions has been installed for free by iPower at Edinburgh Napier University, as James Hunt reports:
On 10th October at the Radisson Blu hotel in Glasgow’s city centre, SELECT, the campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland and Voltimum UK partner organisation, held its annual awards ceremony. James Hunt reports on this important awards scheme, and on the category winners:
Two of SELECT’s BS 7671 qualifications have been credit rated by the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and placed on the Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework (SCQF), and training courses’ accreditation scoring has been deemed to be far above others in the industry. By James Hunt:
The NICEIC, which has assessed the electrical competence of electrical installers for over 50 years, is now making a determined drive into Scotland. By James Hunt:
Royal Philips Electronics has installed highly energy-efficient street lighting installations across seventeen key points within Edinburgh's Victoria Park conservations area. The lighting solution had to be aesthetically pleasing, able to withstand the rigours of a modern day urban environment, and have the ability to be monitored remotely, as...
Eleven enterprising managers from Scotland's thriving electrical industry will join their employers at a special celebration lunch this month - and both parties certainly have something to celebrate.
The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has announced the winners of this year’s Engineering Construction Industry Training & Development Awards. They include a number of electrotechnically related companies. By James Hunt:
Lovell has been chosen by Dunedin Canmore Housing Association to deliver a £3.6 million affordable housing development in Oxgangs, Edinburgh.
For a major refurbishment of a classic Edinburgh apartment block, Dunedin Canmore Housing Association wanted to tackle the problem of condensation as well as deliver controllable warmth and reduce carbon emissions, and Dimplex DuoHeat was the natural choice.