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Graham Kenyon presented a webinar on the 5th Edition of the IET’s Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation, for which he is the technical author. The webinar included questions and answers session, streamed live from the IET, Futures Place, Stevenage, on Tuesday 31 October 2023.
This Webinar is available on-demand via IET TV:
Public Consultation: PAS 63100 Electrical installations – Protection against fire of battery energy storage systems for use in dwellings – Specification
The Draft of the new PAS 63100 standard for protection against fire of battery energy storage systems for use in dwellings, for which our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, is the Technical Author, is now available for public comment on BSI’s Standards Development web-site.
The public commenting period commences 26 June 2023, and on closes on 24 July 2023.
Draft for public comment for 5th Edition of the IET Code of Practice for EV Charging Equipment Installation
The 5th Edition of the IET’s Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation is now available for public comment. The Draft for Public Comment period is open until 3rd April 2023.
Our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, is proud to again author this Edition.
For instructions on how to comment, and access the Draft, please visit the IET’s web-site for the consultation via the following link: https://electrical.theiet.org/get-involved/consultations/draft-for-public-comment-code-of-practice-for-electric-vehicle-charging-equipment-installation-5th-edition/
NOTE May 2023: hyperlink removed, as web-page has been removed from host site
Not to be missed, and now available to view on demand, eFIXX met Mark Coles, IET Technical Regulations Manager, and our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, who is the current Chair of JPEL/64, the joint IET/BSI Committee responsible for BS 7671 Requirements for Electrical Installations.
Graham Kenyon, along with Mark Coles, Technical Regulations Manager at the IET, will appear on an end-of-year special livestream by eFIXX, on 14 December 2022. The livestream starts at 20:00 UK time on 14 December 2022, and can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70PCl6XYjt4
See the following introduction (from 7:01):
Watch the livestream here at 20:00 on 14 December 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70PCl6XYjt4
Updates to Guidance and Standards: 2nd Edition of the IET Code of Practice for Grid-Connected Solar PV
Graham Kenyon, our Managing Director, recently presented at Solar & Storage Live 2022, on Updates to Guidance and Standards: 2nd Edition of the IET Code of Practice for Grid-Connected Solar PV. The presentation was recorded by the IET TV Team, and is now available to view on demand. Watch below.
Recently, our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, presented on Advancements in Electrical Safety Standards for the Solar PV Industry. This was recorded by IET TV, and is available to view on demand. Watch below.
Draft for public consultation – IET Code of Practice for Grid-connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems 2nd Edition
The Draft of the 2nd Edition of the IET Code of Practice for Grid-connected Solar Photovoltaic Systems, is is now available for public consultation. The Draft for Public Consultation period opens today, 30th May 2022, and runs until 27th June 2022.
Our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, is the Technical Author of this Edition.
To find out more, and download the draft and commenting template, please see the DPC page on the IET web-site.
To submit comments, please use the IET form and e-mail address per the instructions on the DPC page.
Note: G Kenyon Technology Ltd is not responsible for the content of other web-sites linked from this page.
Issue 89 (March 2022) of the IET’s Wiring Matters magazine contains an article by our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, which examines the readings expected in Step 3 of the ring final circuit continuity test.
The article looks into why a mismatch between resistance per metre of the line and protective conductors leads to the reading not being the same at each test point on the ring for longer circuit lengths, for example when the circuit is wired in 4.0/1.5 mm2 twin-and-earth cable.
Updated guidance on the expected readings is provided in the 9th Edition of IET Guidance Note 3 Inspection & Testing, which Graham has updated.
The 9th Edition of Guidance Note 3 Inspection & Testing is due to be published on 28 March 2022, and is now available for pre-order from the IET Bookshop.
Our Managing Director, Graham Kenyon, was honoured to Chair a discussion panel at the recent IET National Conference for Electrotechnical & Building Safety Competence, on 31 January 2022.
The conference featured, keynote speaker, Dame Judith Hackitt, who discussed key points relating to accountability and competence including reference to her post-Grenfell report ‘Building a Safer Future’ (Jun 2019) which identified that the current system of building regulations and fire safety were not fit for purpose and that a culture change is needed to support the delivery of safe buildings.
Both parts of the National Conference are available to view on YouTube: