All Power & Water


Precision flow cuts costs for water authority

Added: 15 Aug 2019

Keen to put an end to expensive, time consuming calibration and measurement methods to maintain wat…

Peel deal creates £130 million plastic-waste-for-hydrogen solution

Added: 13 Aug 2019

Eleven waste-plastic-to-hydrogen facilities are to be created across the UK in a new agreement betw…

Nuclear atom

Assystem’s Fouin becomes first female to chair Nuclear Institute in North East

Added: 12 Aug 2019

Global engineering organisation Assystem has announced that its senior mechanical engineer has been…

Understanding Arc Flash jargon can help you save lives

Added: 2 Aug 2019

Arc Flash is a daily risk for those working in the utilities sector. So it’s essential, says ProGAR…

How process optimisation promotes workflow

Added: 24 Jul 2019

Bürkert’s Greg Wainhouse examines how the wastewater and brewing sectors employ process optimisatio…

Racing ace Button says time to get women engineers in the fast lane

Added: 23 Jul 2019

Formula 1 driver Jenson Button has used his public profile to support Santander UK’s inaugural STEM…

AxFlow's acquisition provides it with a foothold in Irish valves market

Added: 23 Jul 2019

AxFlow’s Irish subsidiary has acquired the Carlow-based Irish Pumps & Valves Limited, a major suppl…

Blockchain will release the energy industry's potential

Added: 17 Jul 2019

The energy industry is understandably cautious about blockchain technology, but we should heed the …

Assytem's ASCO acquisition heralds French expansion

Added: 12 Jul 2019

Blackburn-based Assystem, now the world’s third largest nuclear engineering organisation has acquir…

Wanner’s Hydra-Cell hard sell reaps massive growth dividends

Added: 11 Jul 2019

Wanner International says it has recorded an average annual organic growth rate of over 14% over th…

EU directive's £17 million threat 'has put cyber security on the process agenda'

Added: 10 Jul 2019

The threat of massive multi-million pound fines for failing to safeguard against cyber security ris…

CFMS appoints former Innovate chief Gray as chairman

Added: 3 Jul 2019

Digital engineering specialist the Centre for Modelling and Simulation (CFMS) has appointed the for…

Fish friendly pump stations help save a threatened species

Added: 26 Jun 2019

The European Eel is a species in rapid decline and pumps are part of the problem. Unless, that is, …

Drive for energy efficiences means a greater appreciation of the role of pumps

Added: 26 Jun 2019

Reducing manufacturing labour costs has long had priority over energy savings but the focus is shif…

Siemens launches Industry 4.0 curriculum for universities 

Added: 26 Jun 2019

Siemens is stepping into university with the launch of a teaching programme designed to put industr…

Midlands firm achieves national prominence with manufacturing award

Added: 26 Jun 2019

Midlands family firm MNB Precision has won a second industry award in two months, scooping the Nati…

Assystem signs energy transition agreement with Uzbekistan

Added: 25 Jun 2019

International engineering group Assystem has signed a deal with the Central Asian republic of Uzbek…

Water

Ofwat £126 million charge to Southern Water for sewage treatment failures

Added: 25 Jun 2019

Regulator Ofwat has imposed a massive £126 million penalty on Southern Water after serious failures…

Yorkshire does its bit to save critically endangered eels

Added: 19 Jun 2019

Yorkshire Water is completing a £2 million project to save one of Britain’s fastest-declining fish …

Telemetry: the often overlooked Industry 4.0 gain

Added: 18 Jun 2019

You can’t ignore the impact of IIoT in the process sectors but you might miss one low key yet signi…