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Safe and sound: An EA Technology method for checking the health of Britain’s electricity networks will help keep the lights on

Sometimes it’s easy to take things for granted − including a constant supply of gas and electricity to your home or business. Severe weather (such as the recent sub-zero temperatures and snow blizzards, caused by the “Beast from the East” weather front), left thousands of Britons without power in their homes. Electricity power networks are […]

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Electric dreams: charging electric cars will require major changes in electricity grids and the location of petrol forecourts

A plan by BP to install electric charging points for electric cars in UK petrol stations may be a turning point for battery-powered cars and renewable energy. BP, one of the world’s largest oil companies, said that it will install mobile electric charging points for electric vehicles at petrol stations in the UK and mainland […]

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A word in your Shell-like – the electric vehicle charger forecourt debate

The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill is currently going through the Parliamentary process which, if ratified, includes powers to ensure electric vehicle (EV) charging provision in “large fuel retailers” and “service area operators”. Whilst the Bill is intended for motorway service stations and similar, this blog explores some of the issues, more generally, of installing […]

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High Voltage Earthing: Are you compliant?

Is your power installation HSE compliant? Do you know the quickest, easiest and most cost-effective way to become BS EN 50522 compliant? Ensure the safety of your staff during a high voltage earth fault. Over the past 16 years EA Technology has undertaken earthing surveys throughout the UK and at locations as diverse as Bermuda, […]

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EATL launch hunt for new solutions for the Distribution network – First Quarter Update

Great progress within the first months of our hunt! We have made good progress in our first month looking for new ideas to help the DNO’s operate, safer, cheaper and more carbon friendly networks. Some of the highlights include: • Promising discussions with Ofgem to identify funding for a new process to reduce transformer load […]

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