• Bradshaw battery operated tow tractor Transport
    Bradshaw battery operated tow tractor

    Bradshaw releases third generation T800 8-tonne battery operated tow tractor

    The four-wheel, 8-tonne tow tractor on the market, the T800 has been a popular model for more than 25 years. It is used for baggage towing in airports, line feed in manufacturing, waste movement, bin towing, and many other applications.

  • Panasonic - heating & cooling solutions Air Quality
    Panasonic - heating & cooling solutions

    Science & Technology Key for Better Indoor Air Quality

    To keep our minds sharp and our bodies healthy, we need to breathe in approximately 18kg of air a day. This is a lot of air, especially when you consider that we eat just 1.3kg of food and drink 1.4kg of water per day. A large proportion of this air is consumed within buildings that we live, work and sleep in, in fact, a report from the European Commission indicates that Europeans now spend up to 90% of their time inside.

  • Lord Redesdale answers frequent questions about EMEX Energy & Resource Management
    Lord Redesdale answers frequent questions about EMEX

    Lord Redesdale, EMEX Conference Chair, says: "We have so much to discuss and achieve to drive forward energy efficiency and Net Zero," and has put together answers to the main questions raised about the well established EMEX exhibition and conference, which for 2021 takes place next Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 at ExCeL in London's docklands. 

  • Holding Mayor to account on floods - London Assembly Member & Councillor to speak at Floodex Water
    Holding Mayor to account on floods - London Assembly Member & Councillor to speak at Floodex

    Hina Bokhari, London Assembly Member & Merton Councillor to speak at Floodex 2021

    Newly elected London Assembly member Hina Bokhari will be joining Floodex to talk about her work holding the Mayor of London to account on flooding. In her work at City Hall, she's Deputy Chair of the Economy Committee, and sits as a member of the Environment Committee and the Fire, Resilience and Emergency Planning Committee.

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Renewable energy company Ørsted is exploring the use of Jet Suit paramedics to support their operational staff working out at sea on the world's largest offshore wind farms.

Green search engine Ecosia has announced an initial investment of $30m into renewable energy, as a result of both Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the broader climate crisis.

A UK Government-backed project to demonstrate the use of long duration hydrogen storage for grid flexibility, which capitalises on renewable excess generation, is set to be located at a University of Chester site, tapping in the potential for local users of low cost, low carbon fuel in the 'hydrogen hub' area of North West England.

The NHS is involved in trials for repurposing energy from indoor light sources for its wireless devices with technology from start-up Lightricity who have created a solution they claim will save thousands of batteries entering landfill each year, after gaining support from a £1.3 million grant from Innovate UK's Sustainable Innovation Fund.

The world's first solar clinker, the key component of cement, has been produced marking a significant step towards developing fully solar-driven cement plants, building materials multinational CEMEX and solar fuel firm Synhelion have announced.

During the process of electic car maker Polestar and awareness artist Thijs Biersteker presenting their interactive installation "We Harvest Wind", the collaboration ended up leading to more than just innovative art. 

English wire products manufacturer William Hughes is forecast to save approximately £35,000 in energy costs and reduce carbon emissions by 100 tonnes per year following the installation of a optimised SolarEdge PV system at its headquarters in Stalbridge, Dorset.

A Lincolnshire manufacturer best known for designing and manufacturing vegetable harvesting equipment has won a prestigious business award for its diversification into a new market of grass clippings to energy generation.

Sunshine has become an unlikely ally in The Environment Agency's (EA) emergency flood response operations. The agency's Midlands delivery team is undertaking trials of an innovative solar lighting technology that promises to help emergency responsiveness and protect personnel safety, particularly in areas lacking mains electricity connections.

Researchers are to work with business making fuel cell technology publicly available at the new Manchester Fuel Cell Innovation Centre (MFCIC) – a £4.1m facility opened by Lord Mandelson at Manchester Metropolitan University.

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