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Industries like glass, steel and ceramics will see more investment to help them develop new green technologies.
Alysha Liebscher and Gary Gayman, of Morgan Advanced Materials, explain why protecting against thermal runaway in electric vehicles is critical and discuss the options available to manufacturers.
Fine Tubes Ltd provided cooling tubes for the Large Hadron Collider. It has also worked on the Eurofighter and Concorde aircraft.
The UK’s largest factory-connected Solar PV system allowed Toyota to generate their own power, naturally.
UK steelmakers face electricity prices twice those of their direct competitors in France and 50% more than German steel producers, according to a new report published by the sector’s trade association.
Lanarkshire-based engineering company, Edwin James Group, has posted strong results off the back of acquiring a number of British engineering firms.
The UK’s first carbon capture usage and storage (CCUS) project could be commissioned within a decade according to a new government report on the technology, released to coincide with a CCUS summit in Edinburgh today (30 Nov).
Non-commodity cost charges – or third-party costs – are expected to account for around 60% of a UK manufacturer’s energy bills by 2020, more than twice as much as a decade ago.
UK manufacturers could improve non-labour resource productivity and cut costs without significant capital investment - yet many are failing to grasp this key opportunity, new research has revealed.
Manufacturers have seen gas and electricity prices soar over the past year and everything indicates they’ll stay high for the foreseeable future and could even increase.