News & Events

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April 2019

Low Voltage Networks: Does the Last Mile Matter?

The low voltage network, often referred to as the ‘last mile’, is being increasingly impacted by the evolution of electricity networks. What can we do to improve? Listen to…
April 2019

Lucy Electric Sponsor Award at Network 2019

Lucy Electric was proud to be part of the recent Network Awards 2019, sponsoring the Engineering Project of the Year award at the evening ceremony and Congratulations to Scottish…
April 2019

Lucy Electric at Middle East Electricity Exhibition

Last month we exhibited at Middle East Electricity (MEE) , one of the world’s leading power events, attended by over 60,000 power industry professionals from across the Middle…



Join Lucy Electric at OHLEx 2019

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at OHLEx, Europe’s only dedicated overhead power line event, on 12th June at Chester Racecourse, UK. Run by EA…

We’ll be exhibiting at EL Asia 2019 on Stand B50

Lucy Electric will exhibit at EL Asia 2019 on 21st -24th June in Bangalore, India. EL Asia is an international exhibition focused on power, electrics, controls and lighting. This…
May 2019

Lucy Group sponsors Electric Vehicle (EV) Summit 2019 in Oxford

Lucy Group are proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the EV Summit 2019, Saïd Business School, Oxford – 26th and 27th June 2019. We are a leading supplier of electrical…

Case Studies

Case Studies

UK Power Networks Secondary Automation

UK Power Networks delivers electricity across London, the East and South East of England, serving eight million customers and covering just less than 30,000 square kilometres. The…
Case Studies

Case Study: Barry Janse Van Rensburg

Barry joined Lucy Electric UK in April 2013 as After Sales Support Manager and is currently working as Development and Training Manager based in Dubai. Barry had previous…
Case Studies

Lucy Electric helps St Kitts Electricity Company (SKELEC) along the road to renewables

The Caribbean island of St Kitts currently relies almost entirely on diesel for electricity generation, leaving it vulnerable to global oil price variations that directly impact…