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NAPIT Guidance on reporting issues with Distribution Businesses service equipment

NAPIT create new reporting mechanism

NAPIT have worked with the Energy Networks Association on the creation of a new reporting mechanism for issues found with Distribution...

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NAPIT create new reporting mechanism

NAPIT Guidance on reporting issues with Distribution Businesses service equipment

NAPIT have worked with the Energy Networks Association on the creation of a new reporting mechanism for issues found with Distribution Businesses’ equipment, designed to make electricians’ lives easier and improve electrical safety in the home.

Providing all the means necessary to effectively report issues with Distribution Business’ (DB) service equipment, the reporting guidance includes all the information required to report an issue in two easy to understand documents.

What is the future for Green Energy?

David Cowburn

British people are excited about renewable energy - so why is there so much hesitation from the Government?

With 48 per cent of British people willing to pay more towards investment in renewable energy and tackling climate change and solar PV generating enough energy last year to power over a million typical households in the South of England, the renewables industry has enjoyed strong growth recently, with consumer interest growing.

Free taster session for females thinking of becoming an electrician

Location

The Sheffield College City Campus
Granville Road Sheffield
United Kingdom
53° 22' 25.6656" N, 1° 27' 12.636" W

Women and girls wanting a career with real spark are being urged to attend an electrical engineering event in Sheffield this month.
A free taster session explaining what a career as an electrician involves is taking place for women of all ages – whether it’s school pupils looking at their options or women who want a career change.
Visitors will get the latest information about apprenticeships, jobs and careers in the electrical engineering industry, training courses starting this September, and have the chance to try practical activities and meet female electricians.

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