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Government increases heat pump grants by 50%

As part of the government’s net zero strategy, the Prime Minister has made some changes to the Boiler Upgrade Scheme, making it one of the most generous schemes in Europe.   What is the Boiler Upgrade Scheme? The Boiler Upgrade Scheme (BUS) is a grant offering homes in the UK money towards the cost of […]

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Are solar panels the next big thing in the world of recycling?

As more and more people embrace cleaner, greener options like solar power, we need to start thinking about what happens to solar panels once they stop working. The UK has more than 1.3 million domestic solar installations, and around 500 operational solar farms, making solar panel recycling an important topic when considering the environmental impact […]

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How to organise your cable clutter

From televisions to smartphones, electronic devices have become an integral part of our daily lives, and with that comes a seemingly endless supply of cables. Whether for charging mobile devices or powering electrical equipment, we’re all guilty of hoarding cable clutter However, there are right and wrong ways to store cables, and plenty of reasons […]

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Weekend Courses at EC4U!

Exciting News! EC4U are launching weekend courses! As a training company we are aware that it is not always easy to take time off work to complete your training, therefore, we have decided to launch weekend training opportunities for some of our most popular courses. Starting soon you will be able to enrol onto our […]

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1 in 2 electrician companies cannot find enough workers

The skills shortage in trade sectors continues to put pressure on UK businesses, with many simply unable to find enough workers. In the electrical industry, as demand continues to rise and the skills gap continues to widen, many businesses are having to turn away work. Let’s take a look at what’s causing the shortage of […]

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