Lighting that makes sense

PIR sensors can reduce energy consumption levels by 30% in commercial buildings when compared with normal light switches, so this is a great way to make buildings more sustainable and energy efficient.

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The next generation of Electrical Engineers

As we look to recruit further, we’re taking the opportunity to nurture aspiring electrical engineers and offer training in a hands-on approach. Our apprentices are guided by highly qualified engineers which gives them an insight to our methods of delivering quality workmanship.

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Charging forward with Part S

Any building with more than ten associated parking spaces will need at least one parking space with access to an electric vehicle charging point; and cable routes installed to a minimum of 20% of the remaining spaces.

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Oh hello, Part O

The principle of Part O is to reduce excessive heat from the sun entering a building, and therefore avoiding internal temperatures rising to uncomfortable levels. A secondary but very important issue it addresses, is the need to reduce our use of (energy guzzling) mechanical cooling (aka air conditioning).

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