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EIC managing director Denise Massey asks how we can shape the innovation required to decarbonise transport and logistics in utilities.
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Despite the rise of implementing innovation into business as usual, street works are still being carried out with the risk of prominent challenges. This has led to the recent rise in robotics within the construction industry, as implementing autonomous solutions can improve performance, enhance safety and efficiency among many other benefits.
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Ahead of Boris Johnson’s eagerly awaited decarbonisation speech, David Smith, chief executive of the Energy Networks Association (ENA), sets out the key issues the government must address.
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The co-chairs of the Highway Authorities and Utilities Committee, Clive Bairsto and David Capon, discuss their five-year vision for street and road works across the UK.
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The climate crisis is the biggest challenge we are facing and we cannot expect politicians to sort it out: we all have a part to play, writes Christine McGourty, chief executive of Water UK
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Lloyds Bank head of power and utilities Seung-Yun Oxley discusses the role of finance in helping to achieve the UK’s wind ambitions after prime minster Boris Johnson pledged to power every home across Britain using electricity from offshore windfarms.
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The Low Carbon Contracts Company (LCCC) was forced to rapidly re-evaluate its approach to forecasting electricity demand during the lockdown. Forecasting analyst, Andreas Zimmermann, writes for Utility Week about how LCCC responded and the trends he is predicting going into 2021.
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The fall of in demand for electricity has thrown the spotlight on the need for a flexible grid. For Uroš Salobir, head of innovation at ELES, the Slovenian transmission system operator, this points to the need for international collaboration in grid development
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