Technology conglomerate Alphabet has revealed that it is actively investigating new methods of storing energy.
Electric aircraft company Volocopter has announced this week that it has managed to accrue at least €25m in funding from a number of sources.
Provider for gas, electricity and renewable energy, ScottishPower Ltd., has been granted consent for a wind farm off the coast, using engines two and a half times as big as the Big Ben.
Manufacturer of pharmaceutical medicines, vaccines and consumer healthcare product, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced to restructure UK business due to manufacturing shake-up.
The latest Annual Manufacturing Report has revealed the forms of connectivity UK companies are using in their factories.
A leading industrial equipment producer, Brother Industries is aiming to eliminate manual processes in its service parts inventory via an automated cloud-based system.
For the first time, this year’s Annual Manufacturing Report included a section on factory connectivity – with the data revealing a sense of optimism within UK manufacturing.
Martin Flint, Director of Working Capital at Lloyds Banking Group, looks at practical ways companies could make a difference to the way they manage working capital.
Electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has reportedly canceled its plans to build a large automobile factory in Nevada.
One of the world’s leading speciality chemicals companies, Evonik, has announced a €100m investment in digitalisation and has entered a strategic partnership with IBM and Germany’s Duisburg-Essen University.