Could veg-based 3D printed batteries offer better charging?

Scientists say a new innovation could have around two or three times better charging performance than conventional lithium-ion versions

British green aerospace manufacturing jets off with £90m boost

A 3D printing machine that will produce smaller components for aircraft has secured a share of the funding

GE wins funding for research into 3D printing of wind turbine blades

It will develop and demonstrate an integrated additive manufacturing process for novel high-performance blade designs for the future of large rotors

Digital technologies help boost earnings at Johan Sverdrup oil field

Equinor says digital solutions helped increase subsurface understanding, ensure more efficient start-up of wells, higher stable production and more efficient maintenance

HP aims to power global operations with 100% renewables by 2035

The company says its Sustainable Impact programme has helped drive more than $900m of new revenue – a 35% increase year-on-year

Batteries get the 3D printing treatment

For the first time, researchers have successfully printed the working parts of a lithium-ion device

New milestone for 3D printed burner for gas turbine

It has been operating for more than 8,000 hours with no reported issues

Siemens to invest €30m in UK 3D printing facility

Siemens believes 3D printing, also called Additive Manufacturing, opens up “new attractive prospects” in the manufacture of gas turbines

Siemens produces 3D printed part for nuclear plant

Siemens has produced what is claimed to be first 3D printed part for a nuclear power plant. The “industry breakthrough” follows the integration of 3D printing, also called additive manufacturing, as part of its digital services portfolio. The replacement part, produced fro the Krško nuclear power plant in Slovenia, is a metallic, 108mm-diameter impeller for […]

£14.7m share for 3D printing in energy sector

Businesses in the UK will benefit from a £14.7 million investment to develop 3D printing projects for the energy and healthcare industries. The Technology Strategy Board and Research Councils are investing £8.4 million for 18 research and development projects – which will last between one and three years – while the rest will be provided […]