The Transport Secretary, Mark Harper has announced that two projects have won the second phase of Innovate UK, a government scheme which encourages more businesses and innovators to develop new technology that uses hydrogen fuel to accelerate transport decarbonisation.
A pioneering new project at Heriot-Watt University's National Robotarium is developing robots that can be launched from crewless vessels to inspect and maintain offshore wind turbines.
The UK faces a shortfall of 1 million engineers by 2030, according to new research by strategy firm Stonehaven. This shortfall threatens major infrastructure projects, such as HS2 as well as crucial infrastructure such as hospitals.
Sumburgh-based Ness Engineering Ltd is reducing carbon emissions in its operations by investing in four zero-emission welfare units.
Since 2016, the number of fully zero-emission bus routes has increased from 5 to 54, with a further 15 routes using a mixture of zero and low-emission buses.
SOE Environmental Sector Chair Professor Steve Burnage discusses how the UK’s Hydrogen Strategy will drive progress into the 2020s.
Ashley Hall, Product Innovation Engineer at Connected Energy Limited discusses how second life EV batteries fit into the energy storage market.
Ian Jackson CEng FSOE FIPlantE, member of the Operations & IPlantE Professional Sector Councils, discusses why not all the renewable energy we use for heating and lighting our homes, powering our industries, and running our transportation systems is free of carbon dioxide emissions.
Environmental engineers can show their commitment to high standards with REnvP licence.
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