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Introduction to Powered On Live 2023 from Jordan O’Brien, Editor of Electrical Review
The UK has been experiencing an unprecedented energy crisis, with rising bills for many consumers. At the same time, the country edged ever-closer to becoming a net exporter of electricity in 2022 — so what does this all mean for the market in 2023?
Explore the latest advancements in lead-acid battery technology and strategies for effective use, control and monitoring of energy storage assets, and hear how these technologies can be integrated into existing systems, providing a cost-effective and reliable energy storage solution.
Discover the key challenges influencing industrial sectors, how advanced lead-acid technologies can be effectively deployed to meet a variety of application demands, and how environmental sustainability goals can be supported.
The UK Government announced a windfall tax on energy firms that made large profits on the back of rising prices, but could the new tax have a huge impact on investment in renewable energy within the UK?
Auditing and guiding competent responsible personnel are crucial for successful assurance of electrical safety and quality. Engineers need to react appropriately through the period of usage. Initial and periodical inspections, maintenance, and provision of electrical safety, arc safety, selectivity, and automatic disconnection in the event of a short circuit or failure are regular parts of predictive maintenance providing long term operability in safe manner.
Exploring the potential cost savings offered by various UPS operating modes as well highlighting some of the latest advances in UPS and battery technology, including silicon carbide and other long-life components.
With more drivers than ever choosing to purchase an electric vehicle over one powered by fossil fuels, it’s important that the UK has a robust EV charging infrastructure. But what challenges does the industry face and how can it ensure a smooth rollout?