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Network capacity for charging electric vehicles to be further aided by opening up data from substations

• OpenLV project is opening up local electricity usage data – for the first ever time • This will provide network operators with much-needed information about levels of capacity for charging EVs on local electricity networks • Such data will complement other initiatives to assist the increased take-up of EVs such as smart charging, vehicle […]

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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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Transformer Oil Sampling- The First Step…Simple but Critical

What is going on inside that big grey tank that we call a transformer? Do you know the easiest way to find out the condition of your electrical assets? Let me share with you some trade secrets which will help you make the best decisions for the optimal management of your assets. It may sound […]

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The Year in Industry at EA Technology

Miracle Nkwocha has been part of the EA Technology team since September 2016 working within the Power Forensics department. She applied through The Year in Industry, which is part of the Engineering Development Trust and now she describes her experience in our “Graduate Experience Blog”. I remember sitting in my Failure of Solids lecture as […]

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