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Industry urged to resume preventative maintenance ahead of breakdown backlog

With the early impact of the pandemic restricting most of industry’s maintenance activities in 2020, leading engineering company, Alfa Laval warns of a potential breakdown backlog if routine repairs ... more

Energy expert calls for more women to enter the energy industry

A leading energy expert has called for more women to get involved in the sector after research from 2019 shows that just 14% of the energy workforce are women. Maria Bastian, who heads up two of the ... more
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Snickers Workwear Stretch Shorts – For Street-Smart Comfort This Summer

Brand NEW Men’s and Women’s Work Shorts for the flexible working environment - designed for superior comfort and freedom of movement. Combining 4-way stretch fabric that delivers working comfort all ... more
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Energy saving solution suits Restormel Water Treatment Works

South West Water has cut the energy and maintenance costs of variable speed drives in a series of optimisation projects. South West Water (SWW) has saved up to £25,000 on the running costs of its ... more
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Schaeffler publishes Sustainability Report 2020

The Schaeffler Group continues to expand its commitment in the field of climate protection – and with success: the company was again able to improve its performance in important sustainability ... more
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Faradion and Phillips 66 announce major new technical collaboration to develop lower cost and higher-performing sodium-ion battery materials

Micro mobility in the driving seat as EIT InnoEnergy backed DUCKT secures Paris pilot project

UK company Faradion the pioneers of the first sodium-ion powered vehicle and Phillips 66 have launched a new technical collaboration to develop lower-cost and higher-performing anode materials for ... more
Micro mobility infrastructure innovator, DUCKT, has been awarded a pilot project for the installation of 150 dock, lock and charge points across the "Paris Rive Gauche" (13e) area of Paris. The ... more

Circular economy project set to ensure clean energy solutions don’t increase landfill waste

A sustainability project, led by the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland, is looking at circular solutions to ... more
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