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British Army makes the switch to electric, with a little help from UK Power Networks
The British Army is beginning its transition to electric, with UK Power Networks assisting with the installation of EV charging points.
Siemens Gamesa to expand UK offshore blade manufacturing facility
Siemens Gamesa has confirmed a massive expansion of its UK offshore blade manufacturing facility, more than doubling its size.
Small and medium enterprises are increasingly interested in renewable electricity
There’s growing interest in renewable electricity coming from SMEs, according to the latest research from Cornwall Insight. 
Charging infrastructure misconceptions holding back EV transition
In order to facilitate the transition to EVs, charging infrastructure may need to improve, or consumers will need better education.
Waste luminaires achieve 83% recyclability rating in Recolight study
Waste luminaires have achieved an impressive 83% recyclability rating in a study commissioned by Recolight.
Government indecision over gas boilers is causing confusion
The Government keeps delaying its decision surrounding gas boilers, which is causing confusion in the building community.
Electrification and the growing opportunity for installers
Jordan Brompton, co-founder of myenergi, discusses the transition to electrification and opportunities available for electrical installers.
How Octopus Energy is leveraging thermal cameras to save customers money
Octopus Energy is taking a novel approach to saving customers money, with the energy provider offering customers access to thermal cameras. 
UK supermarkets battle to be the go-to destination for EV drivers
The UK supermarkets are in a brand-new battle, with Asda, Morrisons, Tesco and Waitrose all vying to be the go-to destination for EV drivers. 
What did the Government get right in the 2006 Energy White Paper?
Let’s take a look at what the UK Government got wrong and what it got right in the 2006 Energy White Paper.