EC4U Blog

Catch up with all the latest EC4U news, informative updates, hints, tips, advice and more…

Is it worth investing in a solar pv system?

The world is becoming more eco-conscious, with many of us turning to reasonable solutions, such as, reusable bags, vegetarian alternatives, cloth nappies, water saving shower heads, using public transport, and filling up the kettle only as much as you need to. However, renewable energy has always seemed to be a more expensive solution for being […]

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How to reduce your winter bill

During this winter, households will undoubtedly be spending more time at home than usual. We are all getting used to a new ‘normal’, whether this be having to work from home, or facing restrictions on social activities. As a result, it is likely that we could be facing higher winter utility bills than usual. Whilst […]

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How to advertise your small business online

With a vast amount of people still working from home and the uncertainty that still faces our community, people are increasingly turning to interacting and connecting online. Digital storm reported from their survey that 55.5% of respondents now spend 3-6 hours online, while 29% spend as much as 7+ hours online. It’s evident that now […]

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What not to do when starting a business

Starting a business is an incredibly daunting, but exciting journey.  For some, it may be their biggest achievement, or a lifelong dream. Unfortunately, 20% of startups don’t make it past their first year, and a staggering 60% go bust within their first three years. While passion can fuel success, it can be risky if you […]

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Case Study: Andrew

At EC4U, our courses are designed to attract a variety of people, no matter your skillset or previous background. We aim to combine theory and practical knowledge to ensure our customers are confident when leaving the course. This is most reflected in our Domestic Electrician Package, which includes a week long, hands on Experience Course. […]

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COVID-19 Update

In line with current Government Guidelines announced on the 22nd February we will open for business as usual from the 8th March. We will be contacting existing customers as a matter of priority and urgency to reschedule their postponed courses as soon as possible.

For any further information please email us at Thank you for your patience and understanding during these difficult times.