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A Coventry business that designs and manufactures high-impact LED lighting for prestigious locations including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Emirates Stadium and Twickenham, the home of English Rugby, is doubling its size by the end of the year.
The international lighting market is about to drastically change after megatrends Smart Home, LEDification and digitalisation enter the scene.
An industry white paper about the future of apprenticeships in the electrical sector has been launched to rally the industry to make positive steps towards improving the way it attracts, trains and retains young people.
The project is a chance to showcase Idom Merebrook's high level of skills in the mechanical and electrical engineering sector
The EDA’s vision is for all UK manufacturers and distributors to adopt ETIM’s global standard for classifying technical products
Twenty-four EDA awards, recognising outstanding achievement in education and training across the UK’s electrical wholesale sector
Turnover is up 8% on 2015, with profit doubling in the past year
Study also reveals a smart home revolution really could be underway
Families being asked to take part in trial of a new smoke alarm sound as boys and girls appear to be woken by different combinations of sounds
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Managing director of NAPIT Certification David Cowburn discusses how the recent restructure of the Department of Energy & Climate (DECC) could affect the energy efficiency and renewable’s industry and beyond
LJJ is responsible for a £2.8 million design and build mechanical and electrical package for main contractor Kier Construction
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