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• • • EDITOR’S COMMENT • • • 60 YEARS IN THE MAKING


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Annual subscription rates are: UK - £85.00 Overseas - £136.00 ISSN 1472-1287 ConnectingIndustry. London Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8LY. Tel: 01622 687031 Fax: 01622 757646 www.datateam.co.uk


Registered in England No 1771113 Total Average Net Circulation for 1st Jan 2014 - 31st Dec 2014 was 11,255 © 2015 Datateam Business Media Ltd London Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8LY


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Editor


Niamh Marriott Tel: 01622 699 194


nmarriott@datateam.co.uk


020 marks the 60th anniversary of the magazine. For 60 years, the magazine, alongside its website, and more recently e-newsletters and social media, has provided the market with technical articles, interviews, product overviews and case studies detailing the core issues at the coalface of the electrical


engineering sector. To mark this special occasion, we have relaunched the magazine with a new design, new size and brand


new website. Having outgrown the Connecting Industry portfolio of magazines, Electrical Engineeringnow stands proudly on its own. To mark this rather special occasion, we have made this issue a bumper edition containing every key topic we cover throughout the year. Inside you will find articles on diverse topics ranging from Batteries and Chargers to Data Centre


Management. We explore key issues affecting the market today, including the on-going pandemic and subsequent supply chain issues, whilst also identifying future trends and solutions. We examine how companies are getting staff back to work safely, and showcase the adjustments being made to ensure workers are all protected. We look at what’s new with Test & Measurement devices, and how Lighting & Lighting Controls can make


modern buildings more energy efficient. We investigate the latest in Training and education courses, and see how Electric Vehicle technology is becoming more widespread. On behalf of the Electrical Engineering team, I would like to thank our


advertisers and you, our readers, for supporting and reading the magazine over the years. I hope that you enjoy this special edition and continue to support us for many more years to come.


Niamh Marriott Editor


Advertising Manager Lisa Smith


Tel: 01622 699 118 lsmith@datateam.co.uk


Business Director Louise Pudney


Tel: 01622 699 104 lpudney@datateam.co.uk


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