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29 March 2022

WITH THE PrimeBook Circular, Prime Computer has a sustainable notebook in its portfolio for the first time. The product is part of the new Circular product line.

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04 February 2022

ABB AND Finnish technology company, Coolbrook, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to commercialise and accelerate the adoption of Roto Dynamic Reactor (RDR) technology in a bid to significantly reduce GHG emissions in steam cracking plants.

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04 February 2022

BEARINGS MANUFACTURER NSK has reinforced its commitment to sustainability by ensuring all five of its European production plants switch to greener electricity.

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14 December 2021

WATLOW’S HELIMAX electric heat exchanger is said to reduce coking and fouling: minimizing maintenance and reducing downtime.

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01 June 2021

EMBRACING THE value of solar technology, wire products manufacturer William Hughes is forecast to save about £35,000 in energy costs and reduce carbon emissions by 100t per year following installation of an optimised SolarEdge PV system at its Stalbridge, Dorset, headquarters.

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21 May 2021

EMBRACING THE value of solar technology, UK wire products manufacturer William Hughes is forecast to save approximately £35,000 in energy costs and reduce carbon emissions by 100 tonnes per year following the installation of a optimised SolarEdge PV system at its headquarters in Stalbridge, Dorset.

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08 June 2020

Manufacturers should consider how making small, impactful changes in their facility can actually make a difference in the environment. In this article Neil Ballinger, head of EMEA sales at industrial automation parts supplier EU Automation, explains how we can create the green factories of the future

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12 February 2020

The Swedish Energy Agency has granted a project that will evaluate the potential of replacing gas-fired furnaces with electrically heated furnaces for material heating. The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions through better energy efficiency and reduced loss of material. Kanthal is part of the project.

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06 February 2020

Aggreko has cemented its position as a green supplier of temporary power, heating and cooling solutions after being certified to the Carbon Trust Standard and achieving certification to ISO 50001:2018 international standard for energy management.

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05 April 2019

SHARC Energy has widened its offering by launching the Piranha wastewater heat recovery system in the EU. 

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15 March 2019

HERU enables everyday items such as plastics, nappies, coffee cups and food to be turned into energy that can be used to fuel domestic boilers, using an age-old method called pyrolysis.

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15 March 2019

Sabella, a tidal and ocean stream turbine developer, has partnered with QOS Energy to improve the performance monitoring of its Ushant tidal energy project.

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28 September 2018

Calor predicts that uptake for anaerobic digestion (AD) plants and biomethane will soar over the coming years, following recent reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.

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14 June 2018

Funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced a fund of €500,000 to support cutting-edge Irish energy research, development and demonstration projects. The aim is to support regions and local communities move towards a decarbonized energy system by 2030.

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25 February 2018

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has announced a research fund of in excess of €2.5 million to support cutting-edge research, development and demonstration energy projects in 2018.

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16 January 2018

The Scottish Government’s new energy strategy, published in December, sets ambitious targets to reduce emissions from the heat and transport sectors. 

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23 October 2017

With rising corporate commitments and shifting regulatory requirements, companies across Europe are looking for ways to quickly advance renewable energy and sustainability initiatives. To help accelerate the pace, Schneider Electric is expanding the reach of the New Energy Opportunities (NEO) Network, a growing community of forward-thinking corporations committed to buying and developing renewable energy and cleantech around the world.

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29 September 2017

With rising corporate commitments and shifting regulatory requirements, companies across Europe are looking for ways to quickly advance renewable energy and sustainability initiatives. To help accelerate the pace, Schneider Electric is expanding the reach of the New Energy Opportunities (NEO) Network, a community of corporations committed to buying and developing renewable energy and cleantech around the world.

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05 June 2017

Installation of a 10 panel solar array featuring Stokvis Energy Systems solar collectors, to serve facilities at Birmingham International Rail Station, is being assessed as a potential pilot for a wider roll out of renewable energy across the facilities operated by Network Rail and Virgin Trains nationally.

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01 February 2017

CS Wind will build a new offshore tower manufacturing facility in Campbeltown, Scotland as a result of a multi-million pound investment from DONG Energy. This investment will give DONG Energy preferred access rights to towers for its offshore wind farms. 

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FEATURES

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24 January 2024

GB Lubricants has become the first business to use green energy from groundbreaking Gateshead energy scheme

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29 September 2023

Many are surprised to learn that AI and machine learning are already making a significant difference to the way businesses are able to improve energy efficiency, helping identify energy wastage which may be hiding in plain sight, says David Sing

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28 April 2023

Hydrogen has an increasingly important role as an alternative energy source to help decrease global warming, thanks to its potential for emissions-free generation and use. Its application is wide-reaching, with stakeholders ranging from governments to aviation manufacturers investing in hydrogen power technology. To ensure the safety and efficiency of hydrogen fuel cell systems, valve control technology will play an important role.

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31 May 2023

THE VERSATILE SIL-2 rated FS10i Flow Switch Series from Fluid Components International (FCI) with its cutting-edge precision thermal sensors provides exceptional liquid trip point alarm output switching and flow monitoring designed to meet the demanding requirements of green hydrogen (H2) energy production.

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06 October 2022

AS A major source of emissions, organisations are under increasing scrutiny and face ever-stricter regulatory requirements to measure, report on, and reduce energy use.

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30 November 2022

Achieving Net Zero manufacturing operations by 2030 – and a Net Zero supply chain by 2050 – will need major changes in efficiency, raw material and energy sourcing says Rob Jenkinson

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30 January 2022

Advanced process control can help overcome the challenges of converting refineries into renewable fuel facilities, says Martin Gadsby

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24 November 2021

David Jahn examines the sustainability challenges of compressed air and the steps that have taken to address this issue on the UniPAKer robotic crate packing series

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30 November 2020

Calor’s renewable BioLPG drop-in fuel, along with high service standards, flexibility of supply and competitive pricing, is helping leading manufacturer of construction products, Eurocell, to take the next steps on its sustainability journey

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12 May 2020

Ask a manufacturer for their thoughts on green business and, privately, they may tell you that it does not necessarily equate to good business. Probe a little deeper and they might even tell you that you can have one or the other – sustainability or profitability – but not both, asserts Graham Coats, Sales Director at CMCNV

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23 April 2018

According to Ashley Phillips, sales & marketing director, Ørsted (formerly DONG Energy), the most effective energy management strategies are multifaceted - meaning Demand Side Response (DSR) and flexibility schemes are becoming a crucial feature for many companies in managing energy budgets effectively

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09 March 2017

The Energy Show 2017, organised by the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), will take place at the RDS, Dublin on Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th April. 

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05 December 2016

Water is a vital component in many manufacturing processes and the demand for it is increasing with population and industry growth. So what would happen to your business if your water system failed? Mark Dyson of Veolia’s Mobile Water Services, considers the question

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23 October 2013

Reducing energy needs and protecting water resources are major challenges facing all industries today, but a number of solutions are available to manage complex industrial and waste water systems to maximum efficiency. Ondeo explains

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SPONSORED CONTENT

08 January 2016

Fronius UK Ltd run a number of training courses based at the training center located at their Head Office in Milton Keynes.

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