Energy, Fuel & Utilities
Wylfa Newydd gets go ahead for nuclear plant
11 Jun 18
Wylfa Newydd, the planned new nuclear power plant on Anglesey, has been approved by the UK government to progress.
World’s first liquid air energy storage plant
11 Jun 18
Bury, Greater Manchester is the site of the world’s first grid-scale liquid air energy storage (LAES) plant.
EDF achieves apprenticeship milestone at Hinkley Point C
30 May 18
Business Secretary Greg Clark applauds 250th apprenticeship on-site.
Managing claims and avoiding disputes in Offshore Energy projects: The importance of timely and adequate contractual notices
25 May 18
Companies involved in marine construction projects in the renewable energy sector can be drawn into significant disputes.
Tunnelling ready to begin on Thames Tideway
23 May 18
Tunnelling is ready to begin on Tideway, the multi billion engineering project to improve London’s sewerage system.
Bureau Veritas calls on construction industry to give Part 8 the green light
21 May 18
The construction industry is asked to embrace the Part 8 changes as an important step forward in the UK’s green agenda.
Tough new rules to protect UK’s critical infrastructure
15 May 18
Tough new measures designed to protect the UK’s critical infrastructure from cyber attacks have come into force.