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Academic group urges business leaders to finance low-carbon future or risk ruin

A group of global experts are warning business leaders that unbridled economic growth in many leading economies will have disastrous economic and...

International water industry looks for practical resilience solutions

Cranfield University has embarked on a 300,000-dollar research project to...

New cistern flushes toilets using air conditioning condensate

A UK-based building services company has launched the world's first cistern to use condensate from air conditioning units to flush the toilet....

Hackers tackle water leakage

Computer experts from around the globe are coming together for a three-day hackathon to find answers to the problem of water leakage, as part of...

West Islay Tidal Energy Park receives government approval

Renewable energy company DP Marine Energy Ltd has been granted planning consent by...

Carbon treatment to improve tap water quality at Cornish resort

South West Water has opened a £5.5million upgrade to works in North Cornwall to treat naturally occurring manganese and provide better...

Rough results force Centrica to close UK’s largest gas store

Centrica Storage (CSL) has announced that it will permanently close the Rough gas storage...

Scarsella takes helm of energy and utilities industry skills partnership

Basil Scarsella, CEO of energy supplier UK Power Networks, has become the Chairman...

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