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Latest news and views from the Rolton Group:
Electric vehicles - driving towards an energy dilemma
26th June 2017 | Peter Rolton: Chairman
Our Chairman Peter Rolton has been featured in this month's edition of Energy World, with a thought piece exploring the evolving electric vehicle landscape and the challenges that lie on the road ahead.
UK Housing: Making the Long Journey Home
5th September 2014 | Peter Rolton
When the recession hit, it wiped out livelihoods and decimated entire markets. In the face of a global slump, Britain’s housing sector was no exception; buyers couldn’t afford to buy and builders couldn’t afford to build.
Tesla Motors and the EV Revolution
29th August 2014 | Tom Warwick
Thanks to Rolton Group’s activity in the energy, renewables and automotive sectors, people outside the industry always ask the same three questions when I explain what I do for a living: Do wind turbines work? Should I put PV on my house? and; Is China doing all this “green stuff” too?
Getting With the Times: The Implications of 21st Century Technology
15th August 2014 | Peter Rolton
Spurred on by my recent 2am meeting with colleagues in South Korea, which I was able to attend via video conference call from our office in Northamptonshire, I have recently been considering the opportunity that modern technology affords business to improve efficiency and cut costs.
Smart Grids: A Cleaner Planet, a Smarter Planet
1st August 2014 | Peter Rolton
Last Friday Rolton Group proudly hosted the launch of the latest CTF report, which explores the vital role of a smart grid in the UK.
Sustaining the Energy Sector in an Independent Scotland
11th July 2014 | Peter Rolton
The 18th September is now just over two months away, and as the two camps make their final push in persuading Scottish nationals either to stay put in the UK or run from it as quickly as humanly possible, it seems worth taking stock of what the clean energy landscape may look like in a post-referendum, independent Scotland.
Forcing the Floods out of Florida
27th June 2014 | Peter Rolton
Water management in Florida has never been easy. The area, made vulnerable by its coastal position and flat geography, has been blighted historically by both droughts and floods that have torn through to wreak damage upon both buildings and people.