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Leading the charge towards an electric vehicle future

 
22nd November 2018    |     Chris Evans: Deputy Managing Director

After recently authoring an article for New Power, Deputy Managing Director, Chris Evans, summarises his thoughts from the piece exploring the evolving electric vehicle (EV) landscape and the challenges and opportunities that lie on the road ahead.

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Leading the charge towards an electric vehicle future

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22nd November 2018    |     Chris Evans

After recently authoring an article for New Power, Deputy Managing Director, Chris Evans, summarises his thoughts from the piece exploring the evolving electric vehicle (EV) landscape and the challenges and opportunities that lie on the road ahead.

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Autumn Budget: Impact on the built environment

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1st November 2018    |     Chris Evans

The Autumn Budget brought with it many welcome pledges and some concerning contradictions, all of which will continue to shape all UK towns, cities, infrastructure and the wider built environment. Deputy Managing Director, Chris Evans, shares his thoughts on the Chancellor’s latest budget announcements.

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Who’s looking after our sewers?

Who's looking after our sewers

 
3rd January 2017    |     Shaun Pentlow

The following article explains the legislative progress that has been made so far for the UK’s private sewer transfer, highlighting the key points and influences along with our predictions regarding the timescales for change; a great read for land owners, developers, planners and in fact anyone that needs to keep up-to-date when it comes to the design and implementation of foul drainage infrastructure.

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Challenges of Engineering Our Post-Brexit Future

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28th September 2016    |     Peter Rolton

Last month’s message from Theresa May as she reiterated that “Brexit means Brexit” couldn’t be much clearer. Her words signaled an end to the ‘rabbit in the headlights’ limbo period that surrounded the EU referendum and encouraged a move into a more proactive phase where we need to take control of our own destiny.

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The Economics of Clean Energy

Clean Energy

 
24th September 2015    |     Peter Rolton

Winding the clock back to the start of parliament in 2010, I’m sure we all remember David Cameron promising to deliver ‘the greenest government ever’, with rhetoric about taking the necessary hard decisions to ensure we are equipped for a prosperous and low-carbon future.

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The End of the Oil Age?

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4th September 2015    |     Peter Rolton

I have written before about the fact that even though 30 percent of known oil reserves will have to stay in the ground if we are to curb climate change to within acceptable limits, eye-watering sums of money are still being spent on exploration for new reserves.

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