Renewables tops the bill in the government’s latest UK energy statistics report.
EDF Energy has announced a number of new preferred bidders for Hinkley Point C nuclear plant.
Optimism in the food and drink sectors has slightly cooled since last year, as market and regulatory pressures take their toll.
Both Royal Dutch Shell and Centrica will slash thousands of jobs in response to challenging conditions.
To help prevent accidents when opening couplings under pressure, Smith Flow Control has introduced Bajolock couplers to its product portfolio.
GE Measurement & Control has announced a new clean room for silicon processing at its manufacturing site in Groby, UK.
The Soliphant FTM20 is a robust, low-cost vibronic level switch offering reliable operation without need for adjustment or calibration.
Food and drink manufacturers are investing heavily in heat exchanger technology to recover waste heat and slash energy bills, says heat exchange expert Matt Hale.
Regulations forcing water companies to focus of the total life costs of their assets is driving rapid uptake of remote monitoring and control technology.
With plant closures outstripping the supply of new electricity generating capacity, last month saw the launch of a campaign to recruit major energy users to help balance the grid.
Outdated equipment was limiting a detergent manufacturer’s performance. With a new pumping system installed, the company is now looking to expand.
In this video Bronkhorst Cori-Tech, manufacturer of the world’s smallest Coriolis flow meters, presents the mechanism of a Coriolis mass flow meter from the mini CORI-FLOW series.
Sabco has partnered with Unitronics to help beverage brewers of all kinds produce the perfect pint.