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Designing the transformers of the future

As methods of energy generation and distribution change, transformer design and manufacturing must adapt to meet evolving global standards, reduce coil losses and improve transformer performance.

InnoEnergy and EBAN unveil EBAN Energy to drive more sustainable energy innovations to market

InnoEnergy, Europe's largest sustainable energy accelerator, and EBAN, the European trade association for business angels, seed funds and early stage market players, have entered into a partnership to create EBAN Energy, a network that will drive more sustainable energy innovations to market.

WorleyParsons China wins engineering design contract for major polysilicon manufacturer

WorleyParsons China, the country's largest international engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) provider, has been awarded a detailed engineering design contract with a major global polysilicon manufacturer.

Bulk slurry separator for algae removal

A water supplier sought to improve their existing process further by removing algae from backwash water used within the water treatment process.

InnoEnergy launches Game-Changing Impact programme with The GC Index

Initiative to bridge the gap between education and enterprise to support Europe's sustainable energy future

Savortex Provides RBS with Cost Saving Energy Solution

At the end of last year, the government announced its target to reduce emission rates 57% by 2030 on 1990 levels. However, with the continual delay of the Clean Air Bill and scepticism from many about the priority of climate change in Brexit negotiations, it is becoming more unlikely that these targets will be met.