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:
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:
The 398 MW MeyGen tidal stream project in Scotland’s Pentland Firth, which has been designed to produce predictable, clean electricity from tidal flows, will rely on ABB power and distribution technologies to feed this renewable energy into the onshore distribution grid. By James Hunt:
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.
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...
At its recent Annual Conference, SELECT, which is the campaigning trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland, elected John McKissock - previously the Ayrshire branch chairman - as the organisation’s new president. He takes the place of John Noble who served as president for three years:
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.