In the UK at least, the era of widespread fossil fuel usage appears to be waning, as industries and sectors are encouraged to make a concerted effort to ‘go green’ with their processes and equipment...
Ambitious new climate change targets mean that power generation of all types is under greater scrutiny than ever before. As part of their mission to enhance energy efficiency across plants, it is essential that operators undertake a thorough review of electrical systems, but how can they identify key areas of energy wastage and what are the best options for combatting this?
Whilst the role of switchgear systems - providing safe protection for circuitry – has changed little over the years, innovation in their design, manufacture and installation is rapid. With technology developments moving at a rapid pace across the spectrum, what’s next in the world of switchgear?
Since the business started in 2000, I.C. Electrical has trained and nurtured the careers of over 50 budding young electricians, and the number continues to rise. As part of the latest intake, five individuals have joined the ranks and have begun to forge their careers.
The world of work is changing and the range and number of jobs and careers options available to young people in the UK is greater than ever before. However, with increasing numbers of school leavers choosing to move from compulsory education, through sixth form and to university, the number of apprentices choosing to learn a trade has decreased, and the electrical industry is noticing the effects.
The saying ‘fail to prepare and prepare to fail’ can be applied to work across a wide range of sectors; regardless of the type of project, effective planning is widely recognised as a key contributing factor for success. However, for those undertaking electrical procedures at high voltages, for example, in industrial plants, the stakes are likely to be much higher.
1 January 2019 brought into force new legislation around the detection of arc faults, aiming to help businesses enhance standards of safety when installing electrical devices. Following technological advancements in this area, the guidance offers an explanation of the different types of arc fault detection devices (AFDD) and where they are required.
New regulations relating to the installation of electrical devices, driven by technological innovations around the detection of arc faults, came into force on 1st January 2019.
We are currently recruiting for JIB Electricians, Approved Electricians and Technicians.
IC Electrical are pleased to have completed an on time project for Bulk Handling Systems, Eugene, Oregon.
VEO and I. C Electrical (ICE) have signed a co-operation agreement in December 2015. The purpose of the co-operation is to deepen and further develop the ongoing partnering relationship between the companies into a long-term, committed and mutually beneficial partnership.
I.C. Electrical Ltd are pleased to announce that they had a successful BSI audit again on 25/4/16. All working processes, procedures and standards remain in line with the BSI requirements to fulfil BS EN ISO 9001:2008. The next audit will take place on 17/11/16.
Nextgen 2014 (incorporating EBEC ) event will be taking place on the 8th and 9th of October at Stoneleigh Park. This is the ultimate renewable energy generation event for both the urban and rural communities. Over 2000 renewable energy professionals will be attending.
I.C. Electrical Ltd are pleased to announce that they had a successful BSI audit
again on 13/11/13. All working processes, procedures and standards remain in line
with the BSI requirements to fulfill BS EN ISO 9001:2008. Our next audit will
take place in May 2014.