Imperial College and ABB extend carbon capture partnership

ABB and Imperial College London have extended their partnership for a decade, enhancing their carbon capture pilot plant to train future professionals and address STEM shortages

UK nuclear and carbon capture join forces!

Sizewell C and Associated British Ports plan to develop a direct air capture facility at the Port of Lowestoft

Using wasted energy could save Europe £67bn in costs

The annual amount of excess heat in Europe is nearly the same as the EU’s total energy demand, according to a report

Scientists grow lithium crystals to recharge EVs in an hour!

The new EV battery charges eight times faster than conventional units

Rolls-Royce new boss brands company’s performance “unsustainable”

The former executive at bp has allegedly said “every investment we make, we destroy value”

Rolls-Royce calls on government for more clarity on nuclear

Executives of the engineering giant have cited Britishvolt as an example of a company which committed to a factory without having orders

Scientists discover paint that could eliminate the need for air conditioning

The scientific team suggests the paint could help planes, trains and vehicles slash their energy use

UK proposes to maintain anti-dumping measures on steel from China and Russia

Cold rolled flat steel is used in the manufacture of parts for the automotive industry and domestic appliances and can be found in consumer products such as radiators, steel drums and metal furniture

More than 8,500 roles at Rolls-Royce to be scrapped by the end of the year

The British giant said its business restructuring programme delivers cost savings more quickly than previously anticipated

Net zero in manufacturing: Who’s in charge?

Recent research by Drax looked at how UK manufacturing bodies are reaching net zero carbon emissions