Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg took questions from 100 employees at Siemens, Newcastle last Friday (14 June 2013) in an informal session organised by the alongside the Local Economic Partnership. The session focused on a variety of issues ranging from skills, regional investment and investment in renewable energy, while Siemens Energy itself called for ...
British industry's love affair with sweating assets can only sensibly go so far. Where electric motors and variable speed drives are concerned, staying with old, inefficient technology means the assets are probably sweating you.
For engineering managers that are all out of love with their HVAC and BEMS systems, it may be time for a serious review.
Carbon pricing is creating an unfair playing field for UK businesses, says npower's Wayne Mitchell.
Manufacturers can save energy and generate extra revenue, says npower's Wayne Mitchell
Uk manufacturers say they are buckling under soaring utility bills and punitive green policies. Max Gosney asks energy minister Charles Hendry what a government waxing lyrical over growth is going to do to help out
Ford has pledged £1.5bn to make Britain its low carbon manufacturing hub. UK chairman Joe Greenwell tells Max Gosney why bridging the skills crisis will be essential to future prosperity, for Ford and the sector as a whole
Atlas Copco's new central controller can be connected to up to 16 compressors to retrieve and process information. The result, says the company, is a reliable and efficient network which could cut energy use by, on average, 10%.
Loading system manufacturer Transdek has developed a load weight monitor to improve the safety and efficiency of double-deck trailer distribution.
Boge has launched a new range of high purity, energy-efficient adsorption dryers.
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