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ESO Announcement FSO

In 2022 after consulting with various industries involved with Climate change, Ofgem and the government decided a separate organisation was required to take on a whole system approach. This organisation will give independent views on the entire electricity and gas energy systems, help deliver Net Zero and ensure household bills are affordable in the future.…
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Vacancy – Electrical Site Supervisor

We are the leading electrical utility contractor in the south west, and an Accredited Independent Connection Provider (ICP). Our Engineers and Technicians specialise in the design, construction, maintenance and eventual end of life management (decommissioning) of private and public distribution networks. We are currently looking for an experienced and ambitious Electricial Supervisor (Electrician) to join…
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The Green Pivot

The demand for low carbon and energy saving solutions is increasing due to the rising cost of energy and the UK’s commitment to reach net zero carbon by the year 2050. There are many new opportunities for the electrical contractor. For example, electrification of transport and electrification of heat. With the sales of internal combustion…
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ENS signs the Mental Health Charter

Energy Network Services are pleased to confirm that we have signed the Building Better Mental Health Charter to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to our employees and the wider construction industry community. We will : encourage our workforce to talk about mental health matters. foster an attitude of acceptance and education. deliver toolbox talks that include…
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Green apprenticeships celebrated in honour of the Coronation

The government has announced that six green apprenticeships are to be marked with the Coronation emblem in recognition of their sustainability credentials. In honour of His Majesty The King’s Coronation, six green apprenticeships have been selected by industry experts in recognition of their sustainability credentials to carry the mark of the coronation. The apprenticeships, which…
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Hayle Harbour Development, Cornwall

The North Quay project from Corinthian Homes stands to be one of the largest redevelopments of Hayle in decades. As well as several hundred homes, North Quay is set to be a haven of entertainment with cinemas, restaurants, hotel, art gallery, water sports centre and shopping facilities synergising modern and traditional infrastructure alongside the reinforced…
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IPowerE Technology Seminar 2023

On Friday 17th March, Simon Lee, Aaron Lee and Matt Evans attended the IPowerE Technology Seminar & 74th Annual Luncheon at the Leonardo Royal Hotel in Tower Bridge, London. They were accompanied by Mel Swift of GTC’s Head of Electricity Operations. The theme of the seminar was ‘Energy Security in Uncertain Times’. The event included…
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Wimborne Food Bank – So much more than food!

Wimborne Food Bank Plus, part of the Faithworks Arch, was the organisation we chose to support this year as part of our Community Support Commitment Pledge for 2023. We reached out to Sharon, the manager based at Leigh Park Community Centre on Gordon Road, to get to know more about the services and support they…
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Vacancy – Office Administrator

Benefits include: Flexible Working Hours; 20 – 30 hours per week Competitive salary of up to £22,000 per annum (dependent on hours) A busy role with future progression opportunities. 20 days holiday + bank holidays, Increasing by 1 day each year. Company pension Performance Based Bonus Scheme Team Events, Volunteering & Training Opportunities Temp to…
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Hunt’s plans to mitigate the energy crisis using Wind

Amidst the months of discussions surrounding the country’s energy crisis, Jeremy Hunt has revealed that Offshore Wind Farms are an energy goldmine, generating record amounts of energy in the last year. In his positive and optimistic speech at the Bloomberg’s European headquarters in London, the chancellor unveiled his plan to boost Britain’s economy, with the…
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