Engineering Energy & Environment

QBOT added to Scottish Government’s warm homes scheme

2 weeks ago — Long Read

Q-Bot - the intelligent robotics and AI tool which we featured in our Born to Engineer series - has been added to the range of energy efficiency measures offered under...

No wind up. Europe could use onshore wind capacity to smash global energy demand

4 weeks ago — Long Read

A study from the University of Sussex has revealed that Europe has the capacity to produce more than 100 times the amount of energy it currently produces through onshore windfarms....

AI and robots will help safeguard our offshore energy infrastructure in the future

4 weeks ago — Quick Read

The modern world depends on the smooth provision of vital services such as energy, transportation, telecommunications, food, water and healthcare. But the systems underpinning these sectors are increasingly complex and...

World’s biggest electric ferry completes maiden voyage

1 month ago — Quick Read

Ellen - the world’s biggest all-electric ferry has successfully made its first commercial trip between the ports of Søby and Fynshav, on the islands of Aerø and Als, in southern...

Two years on what’s the verdict for the world’s first solar road?

1 month ago — Quick Read

Two years ago, the worlds first solar road opened outside a small village in Normandy. Two years down the road how has it faired? Sadly the 2,800 square meter test...

Costa Rica hits 100% renewable energy electricity supply and electricity export

1 month ago — Quick Read

Renewable Energy heavy-weight Costa Rica has reported a stellar May for its renewable energy output. The rugged, rainforested Central American country reported that for May 2019 it produced 99.99% of...