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Renewable Energy FAQs What are the main sources of renewable energy that are available to homes and businesses in the UK?      Basically there are four types – Solar PV Systems, Wind Turbines, Biomass Boilers (that burn organic matter from renewable sources) and Geothermal (Air Source or Ground Source Heat Pumps). All of these… Read more


Wing of St Mawes is a family run fish merchants, committed to supporting fishing in Cornwall and supplying the finest seafood to its customers up and down the country. “NEVER” have we been let down by our electricians TEE ltd.  TEE ltd provide electrical support for our factory, on demand, almost always “SAME DAY”.  Two… Read more

Christmas Jumper Day

We are supporting Save the Children on 12th December 2014 by wearing our Christmas jumpers! Please support this worthwhile cause by donating here. TEAMELECTMAS – just text this code to 70050 with the amount  

Carbon Monoxide Awareness week

Carbon Awareness Week starts today from 17th November 2014… There have been many incidents in Cornwall in the past few years involving carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is a killer and responsible for over 600 deaths since 1995 with a further 3,772 injured. The majority of these deaths and injuries have been in owner occupied… Read more

You’re hired! TEE’s New Apprentice

Tazmin has joined TEE Ltd as our new apprentice. A first year at Devon and Cornwall Electrical Training (DCET), Tazmin earnt a triple distinction in business studies at Truro and Penwith College on leaving school and decided to embark on a career as an electrical engineer. Tazmin is enjoying the wide range of work that… Read more

No job too small…

Over 25 years of being electrical contractors, we’ve worked on projects of all sizes and descriptions and thought we’d seen it all.  When we say ‘no job too small’, however, we didn’t expect to get a rewire of a dolls house! Our Mr Electric electrician has just installed new lighting in this beautiful antique dolls… Read more

Mr Electric to the rescue of Lawrence Reed caller

Frank Vinnicombe, a fisherman from Mylor, had lost most of his lighting and despite visits from his energy supplier and the company responsible for the power supply to his home, he had been in this situation for weeks. In desperation, he called Lawrence Reed on his BBC Radio Cornwall show and we heard it! As… Read more