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EA Technology comment on Green Alliance report ‘People power – How consumer choice is changing the UK energy system’

EA Technology[1] welcomes the Green Alliance’s recent report ‘People Power – How consumer choice is changing the UK energy system.’[2], as referenced in a number of media outlets on 20 April 2017. In particular, it welcomes the prominence that the report gives to the work that Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) are doing to manage electric […]

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Smarter, safer and cost-effective automated LV network? Let ALVIN do the job

Nowadays, it’s all too easy to take electricity for granted. At the flick of a switch we have the power to light and heat our homes, catch up on our favourite TV shows, boost our businesses, and even charge our electric vehicles. So, what happens when a bad storm hits, or the electrical equipment deteriorates […]

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Oil Diagnostics- keep your assets healthy!

Oil Diagnostics – An essential, cost effective tool for managing electrical assets Do you have electrical assets with an unknown asset condition, a need to manage, plan and execute effective maintenance, or ensure safety and reliability of a network whilst reducing costs? ………Oil Diagnostics is your answer! Oil Diagnostics is a low cost and robust […]

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Practicing what we preach!

As part of regular team meetings, Health & Safety matters are always top of the agenda. Those of us that regularly travel and visit customers’ electrical substations are only too aware of the potential risks. We have plenty of procedures and documents that help us manage these environments, but when it comes to it, the […]

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CableSniffer2™ “does what it says on the tin”

The CableSniffer2™ was originally introduced at the 18th International Conference on Electricity Distribution in 2005 hosted by CIRED. CIRED are the leading forum where the Electricity Distribution Community meets. More recently, the CableSniffer2™ was awarded an 2014 IET Innovation Award held in London on Wednesday 19th November. Back in 2004, Colin said “it typically costs £600 to £1000 ($1088-$1813) to dig […]

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