Rolls-Royce and Flanders Electric team up to reduce emissions from mining trucks

They plan to develop a hybrid retrofit solution for the trucks, which is expected to save fuel and cut carbon emissions by up to 30%

Rolls-Royce invests in sustainable start-up Kowry Energy

The Berlin-based firm supports the sustainable expansion of energy infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa by combining renewable energy sources such as solar and battery storage systems

Britain’s nuclear sector gets the Rolls-Royce treatment!

A Rolls-Royce-led consortium has unveiled a new design for its proposed factory-built nuclear power station

UK eyes cleaner skies and flights with ‘world’s largest’ aerospace engine

Rolls-Royce has started building a demonstrator engine with technology to improve efficiency and make aviation more sustainable

Rolls-Royce and Fermi Energia team up for compact nuclear power stations

The study of small modular reactors will cover all aspects of deployment, including grid suitability, cooling, emergency planning, human resources, licensing feasibility, economics and supply chain

Rolls-Royce achieves new milestone towards world’s ‘fastest’ all-electric aircraft

The taxiing of the plane is a critical test of the integration of the aircraft’s propulsion system, ahead of actual flight-testing, which has been planned for the Spring

UK Space Agency and Rolls-Royce join forces to develop nuclear-powered spacecraft engine

The technology is predicted to halve the projected duration of journeys to Mars to up to four months

Rolls-Royce agrees to sell civil nuclear I&C business to Framatome

It includes Rolls-Royce’s activities and teams based in France, the Czech Republic and China but excludes its civil nuclear business or small modular reactor activities in the UK

Rolls-Royce unveils plans for 16 mini-nuclear plants in the UK

Each compact nuclear power station is predicted to have a total capacity of 440MW, enough to power a city of 450,000 homes for 60 years

Rolls-Royce and Exelon team up for compact nuclear power stations

The British multinational engineering company is leading a consortium that is designing a low cost factory-built nuclear plant