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    WebElectrical Technician Geneva, Switzerland Competitive Senior Functional Safety Engineer Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire £43,790 - £59,245 per annum dependent upon skills and experience Majority support higher road taxes to fund public transport services Scientists develop cheapest carbon capture system to date Comment

  2. Green transition could bring £71bn to the UK economy, CBI finds

    Web3 hours ago · Last week, the government announced the second phase of the Red Diesel Replacement Competition, which will provide a £32.5m funding package to support innovative projects that are developing greener energy alternatives, the government has announced. uk manufacturing sustainability sustainable development sustainable energy low carbon economy

  3. Coastal erosion map shows homes worth £584m will be lost to the …

    Web2 hours ago · An Environment Agency spokesperson said: “We know the devastating impact that flooding and coastal change can have, which is why improving the resilience of people and communities is our top priority. From 2015 to 2021, we invested £1.2bn to better protect around 200,000 homes from coastal erosion and sea flooding.

  4. Global offshore wind industry partners with Carbon Trust on ...

    WebJan 31, 2023 · The Carbon Trust is a global climate consultancy driven by the mission to accelerate the move to a decarbonised future. It has been identifying climate concerns and pursuing solutions for over 20 years, partnering with businesses, governments and financial institutions to drive positive climate action.

  5. Europe avoided coal power surge in 2022 despite issues over …

    WebJan 31, 2023 · By E&T editorial staff Published Tuesday, January 31, 2023 Europe largely avoided a major return to coal power in the wake of the 2022 energy crisis, a report has found. With the move away from Russia-supplied fossil fuels, concerns were raised that Europe would be forced to rely heavily on coal power to get it through the winter.

  6. US halts export licences to China's Huawei | E&T Magazine

    Web1 hour ago · Last year, E&T analysed the ramifications for the world’s largest chipmaker and many other leading semiconductor stocks as they suffered from the first major reaction to new restrictions on US exports to China. usa china huawei silicon chips trade politics Image credits: Canva and Dreamstime

  7. About us | E&T Magazine - Institution of Engineering and …

    WebE&T is the IET’s award-winning monthly magazine and associated website for professional engineers, with a circulation of approximately 140,000. It covers all areas of engineering and technology through exclusive news, features, analysis, announcements and job adverts.

  8. Saudi Arabia unveils The Line, a carbon-neutral ‘city of the future’

    WebJul 27, 2022 · A year and a half after the initial announcement of Saudi Arabia's plans to build a linear megacity in the heart of the desert, the country's Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, has revealed the first artist impressions of how The Line might look.. The impactful images show a city made from two single parallel structures stretching over 170km (105 miles) and connecting the country's west and ...

  9. Google engineer claims AI system has developed feelings

    WebJun 14, 2022 · In the transcript, Lemoine asks Lamda AI whether it is sentient. The algorithm replies affirmatively, saying: “I want everyone to understand that I am, in fact, a person.” Lemoine, 41, told The Washington Post: “If I didn’t know exactly what it was - which is this computer program we built recently - I’d think it was a seven-year-old, eight-year-old kid that happens to know physics.”

  10. Modular construction technique slashes carbon emissions from …

    WebJun 6, 2022 · By E&T editorial staff Published Monday, June 6, 2022 Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from homebuilding could be slashed by up to 45 per cent with a modular construction system that sees part of the building precision-manufactured offsite. The system was developed by academics from the University of Cambridge and Edinburgh Napier University.