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National Grid

Grid encourages more plant shutdowns

By John McKenna

National Grid is encouraging more energy-intensive businesses to reduce their demand when electricity supplies are constrained.

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Revised biogas tariffs confirmed

By John McKenna

The government today confirmed the restructuring of feed-in tariffs paid for biomethane fed into the gas grid, confirming the levels that plant operators will be paid.

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Nuclear engineers

Nuclear power

By John McKenna

The Office of Nuclear Regulation became an independent public organisation in April. Chairman of the regulator Nick Baldwin tells John McKenna what this change means for the engineering community.

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Bara PPMA Robot2

Cyber security and robotics “priorities”

By John McKenna

Investment in skills and research needed to support six key growth industries, including food manufacturing, robotics and cyber security, says IET.

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Apateq onsite water separation

Pure play

By Louisa Hearn

As global water regulations tighten, filtration technologies are evolving to help process industries adapt.

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Data acquisition

HBM has launched the SomatXR measuring amplifier for mobile data acquisition testing in extreme and demanding environmental conditions.

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