European project reduces costs and paves way for mass production of organic electronics
The European RealNano project has been completed and is set to transform the global organic electronics industry, a multi-billion-euro industry.
George Blankenship joins the Verge Motorcycles team
George Blankenship, developer of Apple and Tesla stores globally, joins the Verge Motorcycles team: “I see the same potential in Verge today as I saw in Apple two decades ago and Tesla one decade ago.”
Gas analyser enables carbon capture pilot
Following several abortive attempts to monitor potentially hazardous methane gas in a boiler’s emissions feeding a pilot carbon capture unit at a natural gas combustion plant in southern Arkansas, engineers from Aqualung Carbon Capture contacted Signal Group (UK) looking for a solution.
Government and industry call for more nuclear energy to meet net zero targets
Twenty countries have committed to nuclear energy to achieve their net zero emission targets and agreed on a number of guiding principles to increase momentum in their nuclear new build projects.
Q ENERGY starts constructing one of the biggest battery energy storage projects
Q ENERGY has announced the construction start of the ‘Merbette’ energy storage project on the Emile Huchet power plant site in the French town of Saint-Avold.
Investing in our future – the path to net zero
The Royal Academy of Engineering is hosting a free-to-attend panel discussion exploring the future of clean energy technology on Tuesday 3rd October 2023.
The world’s most sophisticated micro-mobility vehicle
Bo announces the move to production and confirms full launch specifications of the Bo M, a new electric vehicle for city riders.
Circular economy, a path to a sustainable ecosystem
Global resources are becoming increasingly scarce and responsible use of them is crucial to counteracting climate change.
Virgin Media O2 showcases ‘Connected Farm of the Future’
Virgin Media O2 has created the ‘Connected Farm of the Future’ in a trial with Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley, designed to showcase how enhanced mobile connectivity could transform rural agriculture.
Roadmap to sustainable printed electronics
A growing desire for continuous data collection, real-time information, and connectivity has resulted in increased demand for electronic functionalities that are fully integrated in everyday objects.