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To complement our larger Application Guides we compile Guidance Notes which offer concise guidance on specific areas of technical interest.
The purpose of this guidance is to signpost the process an installer must follow for The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) accreditation and installation notification.
This guide aims to help employers* understand their legal duties to ensure adequate inspection, testing and maintenance of electrical systems.
This Guidance Note highlights TT earthing system requirements, dispels any myths and gives some clear guidance to both contractors and clients.
This guide is designed to help contractors understand the options for using a steel armouring as a protective conductor.
Air Source Heat Pumps could provide all of home’s heating, significantly cutting your bills and reducing the amount of harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) released into the atmosphere.
Ground source heat pumps are
powered by electricity, but for
every unit of electricity used, three to four units of heat are produced. This kind of system could
provide all of your home’s heating, significantly cutting your bills – and reducing the amount of
harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) you release into the atmosphere.