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Whatever electrical work you require at home you can be confident that LJD Electrical Contractors will give you the right advice and provide a friendly and reliable service at a fair price.
LJD Electrical Contractors offer a wide range of electrical services to meet your needs. From complete new electrical installations, refurbishments, modifications and relocations of existing electrical installations through to additional lights and sockets.
Since launching in 2019 LJD Electrical Contractors have worked on a wide variety of electrical installations, so you can be confident that we will have the technical know-how to solve all your electrical needs.
IET announces new amendment to BS 7671 IET Wiring Regulations
The IET has announced a new amendment to BS 7671:2018 (IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition).
The amendment follows advances in technology that were not available when
BS 7671:2018 were published, enabling a more practical solution for the installation of electric vehicle charging points. Functionality built directly into charging equipment uses existing technology, but employed in a new way, allowing charging points to be deployed more widely than ever before.
The updated Section 722 will make installing charging points quicker and easier and will reduce the cost of installations for both installers and consumers.
The UK government is investing £400 million to accelerate the roll-out of charging infrastructure to help meet its target of at least 50% of new car sales to be ultra-low emission by 2030.
Electric vehicle charge point manufacturers are adding intelligent electronics to remove the need for earth rods installation read more
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