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Electrical Review magazine[edit]

Electrical Review started life in 1872 as The Telegraphic Journal, and is by far the longest established journal serving the UK electrical engineering industry. Electrical Review remains a source of information, not only for electrical engineers and managers in power generation, transmission and distribution, but also for those in factory automation and hi-tech building services.

Electrical Review takes an in-depth look at the technologies, legislation and application of energy efficient processes, as well as emerging forms of renewable energy.

The magazine is read by electrical engineers, OEMs, major electrical contracting firms, consultants, manufacturers and specifying engineers.

Electrical Review has an ABC audited circulation of 8,847 readers.

Electrical Review is a business-to-business monthly magazine and is produced in a print, digital and weekly e-newsletter format.

Electrical Review publishes feature length articles on the following topics including :

Drives and Controls UPS Enclosures Lightning protection Surge/Circuit protection Electrical safety Power generation,power transmission and distribution Panel building Batteries Factory automation Factory safety Transformers Test and measurement Switchgear Cables and cables management Connectors Power cables Training Metering Energy Efficiency Power quality and voltage optimisation Lighting Intelligent buildings Tools and Accessories Safety fire and Security Renewable Energy Wind/Tidal/Solar electrical design Software WEEE ROHS

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[3] digital issue

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