The energy watchdog has asked National Grid for a rapid report as industry sources warn ‘near-misses’ are on the rise.
Will Humphreys, 24, is offering a £500 reward in the hunt for £5,000 of equipment stolen from his Volkswagen Transporter on Friday, August 2.
Thousands of adults across the West Midlands will benefit from better skills and jobs thanks to a £25m training boost.
The job on St Michael's Mount comes with its own house in the village and the chance to become part of the "friendly island community". Duties include abseiling down the castle to care for its exotic garden.
UK has clocked up almost 11 days of coal-free power generation, while gas power has also been running at low levels
NAPIT announce support of SparkSafe LtP (Licence to Practise) to provide increased levels of assurance to clients relating to the qualifications and competence of individuals within the UK’s Electrical Contacting industry.
British Steel has been placed in compulsory liquidation, putting 5,000 jobs in the UK at risk and endangering 20,000 in the supply chain.
AN ELECTRIC car charging network provider is set to introduce new super fast chargers which claim to recharge 220-miles of range in just 10 minutes.
Trade body SELECT has issued a joint statement with the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC) supporting new regulations to help consumers and competent qualified electricians.
All you need to know on why the UK’s second-largest steelmaker faces going bust
Electric vehicles are widely seen as crucial to slashing emissions and air pollution from road transport. But there are concerns that electrifying the cars on our roads will put greater pressure on the UK's power grid.
With sales of electric vehicles reaching a record high, Bureau Veritas has stated that the rapid rise in the number of charging points being installed presents a ‘clear maintenance challenge’ for businesses.
Demand for green tech may mean the UK needs 15,000 additional skilled electricians over the next five years, the industry says - but are enough people being trained up?
Is this the future of the logistics industry? Germany has just launched its first public test system for using overhead lines to power electric trucks.
A campaign led by UK electrical safety testing expert Seaward Electronic has sparked the introduction of tough new rules for landlords to keep private tenants safe.
Aberdeen is to become one of the first cities in Scotland to install an intelligent lighting system which can be controlled, dimmed and remotely monitor faults.
Following a successful launch last year, the UK Construction Week Role Model campaign returns for a second year. This inspiring initiative was launched to encourage the younger generation to join the construction industry returns. Watch last year’s summary footage of the UK Construction Week Role Model campaign and enter or submit a nomination on behalf of somebody else if you know of an influential industry player that can inspire the future generation.