Rolls-Royce to deliver battery systems for two offshore vessels

Golden Energy Offshore’s vessels will also receive an energy monitoring system that provides a complete overview of energy usage onboard

Rolls-Royce full sail ahead with energy storage for ships

The company has been delivering battery systems since 2010, however, the units were previously supplied by an external party

Rolls-Royce unveils airborne electric taxi

The concept vehicle uses turbines to turn gas into electricity, which is used to power six engines

Rolls-Royce and Chinese firm to advance nuclear integrated solutions

They plan to integrate their technologies and expertise on selected projects in China and abroad

Rolls-Royce on track for hybrid trains

Virtual reality simulations found its hybrid technology could be used on the Lake Constance Belt Railway to reduce emissions

Goodbye steel, hello cardboard – ventilation’s new wonder material

A developer of a revolutionary sustainable alternative to steel ducting has attracted none other than Rolls-Royce to its books.

Rolls-Royce wins £24m for cleaner aircraft engines

It is working with partners to develop engines that are also expected to use 25% less fuel

Rolls-Royce links up with UK start-up for energy storage

It will work with Superdielectrics for the development of batteries using the same material originally designed for contact lenses

Rolls-Royce inks Hinkley Point C nuclear deal

It was selected as the preferred bidder by EDF Energy in 2016 to supply heat exhangers

Rolls-Royce awards contract for small modular reactor

Rolls-Royce has awarded a contract to Nuclear AMRC for the development of a small modular reactor (SMR) demonstrator. The project will develop an understanding of modules and help underpin the early stage design principles for the manufacture, construction and operation of its SMR power plants in the UK. Rolls-Royce is leading a consortium of British […]