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Energy department announces £2.5M carbon storage fund

17-Dec-2014 | By

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (Decc) has announced a £2.5M fund for the development of CO2 storage in the North Sea.

Carillion

Carillion secures Canadian power acquisition

1-Dec-2014 | By Greg Pitcher

Carillion has agreed to acquire a Canadian power line services supplier.

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New warning over electricity blackouts

27-Nov-2014 | By

The UK is now so dependent on electricity networks and electronic communications that any interruption to electricity supply would have severe economic consequences, according to a new report.

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CDEGS software

Energy software: Down to earth

New computer software has emerged in the market that is able to visually represent the diffusion of energy into the surrounding environment.

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.

Energy department announces £2.5M carbon storage fund

The Department for Energy and Climate Change (Decc) has announced a £2.5M fund for the development of CO2 storage in the North Sea.

Carillion

Carillion secures Canadian power acquisition

Carillion has agreed to acquire a Canadian power line services supplier.

Electricity light bulb blackout

New warning over electricity blackouts

The UK is now so dependent on electricity networks and electronic communications that any interruption to electricity supply would have severe economic consequences, according to a new report.

Van Oord

Van Oord completes deepest ever subsea rock installation

Marine specialist Van Oord has set a world record for the depth of its subsea rock installation work.

Dawn of a new era

UK fracking college gets go-ahead

Ministers have agreed to set up a national fracking college as part of a plan to create a wave of shale gas extraction engineers.

Solar road

THE GALLERY | World's first solar cycle lane opens

The world’s first solar cycle lane opens this week in Haarlem, the Netherlands.

Drone

Imperial College to build £1.3M drone laboratory

Imperial College London is to build a new £1.3M laboratory to develop drone technology.

Pylon

National Grid to spend £500M removing 'eyesore pylons'

National Grid is to spend £500M burying electricity cables in AONBs (Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and National Parks to reduce the visual impact of overhead lines and pylons.

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