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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.
Manufacturing the UK's Economic Recovery
28th February 2014 | Peter Rolton
The Chancellor has his sights set firmly on driving economic recovery, and a central component of the plan is his target to increase the value of annual UK exports to £1 trillion by 2020.
Building Information Modelling: Less Haste, More Speed
24th February 2014 | Chris Evans
The future of engineering design is now upon us: central government projects will require the use of building information modelling (BIM) Level 2 as standard from 2016, and this belies the pattern for the coming years.
A Stern Review of UK Flooding
13th February 2014 | Peter Rolton
It’s hard to believe that almost eight years have passed since the publication of Lord Nicholas Stern’s Review on the Economics of Climate Change.
Jack of All Trades, Master of None
29th January 2014 | Peter Rolton
British energy policy is in trouble. The tug-o-war between traditional and sustainable fuel continues to rage on, and governmental policy panders to each side.
The Trans-Pacific Pollution Problem
24th January 2014 | Peter Rolton
China has been an exportation hub for many years, supplying the rest of the globe with innumerable products on an ever-increasing scale. Unfortunately, it appears that an unwelcome additional extra has started to make its way around the world alongside these items: we’re now also importing its pollution.
It’s Time to get Smart about Energy Tariffs
17th January 2014 | Peter Rolton
I’m going to open with an indisputable truth: the UK suffers from an exceedingly antiquated attitude towards energy provision. With every other part of modern life becoming customisable and flexible, the sector remains as rigid as it has ever been.