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Solar panels

Civils leaders urge Osborne to launch national energy retrofit programme

27-May-2015 | By

Civils chiefs have written to chancellor George Osborne calling for a national retrofitting programme to make buildings more energy efficient.

Hydrogen

Hydrogen stored in salt caverns ‘could help meet future energy demands’

21-May-2015

Report from the ETI looks at role hydrogen storage could play in future UK energy provision.

Artemis, MacArthur, Engineering

Innovative offshore wind turbine technology competing for major engineering prize

20-May-2015 | By Emily Ashwell

A digital hydraulic power system from Artemis Intelligent Power is among the three shortlisted contenders competing for one of the most prestigious engineering awards.

Opinion

Modern high rise development

Can new tall buildings keep up with energy regulations?

10-Dec-2014 | By Andrew Bickerdyke

High rise residential buildings are increasingly being designed and built in the UK, and London leads the way, with around 25 residential buildings of 20 storeys or more under construction and around another 80 with planning consent. Many more are in the pipeline.

Solar panels

Civils leaders urge Osborne to launch national energy retrofit programme

Civils chiefs have written to chancellor George Osborne calling for a national retrofitting programme to make buildings more energy efficient.

Hydrogen

Hydrogen stored in salt caverns ‘could help meet future energy demands’

Report from the ETI looks at role hydrogen storage could play in future UK energy provision.

Artemis, MacArthur, Engineering

Innovative offshore wind turbine technology competing for major engineering prize

A digital hydraulic power system from Artemis Intelligent Power is among the three shortlisted contenders competing for one of the most prestigious engineering awards.

Nuclear power station

WSP and Parsons Brinckerhoff to help develop nuclear waste project

The company will support a multi-billion pound project to build a geological disposal facility.

SEaB Energy, Canary Wharf

Smart energy innovation to be piloted at Canary Wharf

Shipping container that turns organic waste into energy wins smart cities funding.

Parliament

New Cabinet appointments reveal ministers who’ll be working with sector

Prime minister David Cameron has appointed new Cabinet ministers for the departments for Energy and Climate Change and Business, Innovation and Skills but his appointments for the roles of transport secretary and environment secretary in the previous government have remained unchanged.

Subsea 7 wins £200M offshore construction deal

Offshore engineering contractor Subsea 7 has won a £200M deal to work on a major project in the Norwegian Sea.

Dungeness B, EDF Energy

EDF to shut one of the Dungeness B reactors for £30M maintenance

EDF Energy is to shut down one of the two nuclear reactors at Dungeness B on May 1 for a 10 week, £30M maintenance programme.

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