Net zero in manufacturing: Who’s in charge?

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

South Africa’s sole nuclear power plant to secure second life

Jacobs will carry out engineering work as part of a $1.2bn programme to extend the operating life of the Koeberg Nuclear Power Plant

New £150m world record-breaking Humber pipeline delivering gas for National Grid

The Humber Tunnel can transport between 70m to 100m cubic metres – or around a quarter – of Britain’s gas

‘Almost 10,000 nuclear industry jobs at stake without Sizewell C’

Up to a third of roles at certain companies are identified as being at risk, the Sizewell C Consortium estimates

Canada’s ‘first net zero college building’ to absorb thousands of tonnes of CO2

Centennial College in Toronto is expected to open the new timber-based structure in 2023

Contract for ITER buildings extended until 2025

Fusion for Energy has extended the fusion project’s ‘Architect Engineer’ contract with the Engage consortium

Ørsted unveils more than £50k for STEM skills across Lancashire and Cumbria

The renewable energy developer says the wave of new finance will be sourced from the Walney Extension Skills Fund

Governments ‘must prepare for sea level rise of three metres by 2100’

A new report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers warns sea level rises by the end of the century are likely to be significantly greater than previously estimated

Engineering sector calls on government to develop clean energy technologies

It claims this, along with a range of other measures, is essential to helping secure the UK’s future economy and society

Next gen innovators invited to design EV charge points of the future

The ‘Eco Innovators’ competition aims to inspire young people to use their creative and engineering skills for public charging points