The water regulator Ofwat’s latest price review is its most thorough and stringent to date, so how are water providers responding?
While truly autonomous vehicles may still be some way off in the UK, 5G roads connected to sensors and smart highways will pave the way
The majority of social entrepreneurs struggle to make a living from their ventures, so how sustainable is the social enterprise as a business model and why does it present such a challenge?
Making a supply chain completely agile and adaptable is necessary in times of economic uncertainty and disruption, but this requires real-time visibility over a connected network of suppliers
Blockchain and other digital platforms are opening up complex supply chains in agriculture, but without involvement at every level there are limitations to their success
With the price of offshore electricity plummeting as the industry scales up, wind farms are now a major part of the UK’s total energy mix
Technology is revolutionising ports, introducing remote-control cranes, self-driving trucks and other innovative systems to speed up loading and unloading of vessels
Beer-to-water ratios, eliminating second rinses and steam recapture, are now common parlance among brewery managers more used to talking about mash tubs and fermentation vessels