Universities are major institutions that have a key role to play in the energy transition to net zero, both via their own decarbonisation and as “living laboratories” to advance clean technologies.
2020 will be known as the year Covid-19 disrupted everything we know, with ripple effects felt well into 2021. The short-term impact on businesses and economies is evident, but what does this mean for the big office return?
Visible change: Why the future of electrification is defined by transparency, data and digitalisation
Smart electrical infrastructure at the low and medium-voltage levels is a fundamental element of a fully networked energy system. Andreas Matthé of Siemens Smart Infrastructure outlines how greater connectivity is building intelligence into electrification.
Brick Lane has so far resisted gentrification, but a new scheme has just been given the go-ahead.
Nine of the ten busiest ports in the world are based in Asia, with China dominating the list and Shanghai taking over from Singapore in the number one spot.
The race to get into leading secondary schools puts pupils and parents under intense pressure.
There needn’t be any contradiction between the preservation of beauty and the necessity to provide housing.
Few people would call office life or home-working their ideal. So why aren’t we using this moment to radically rethink our working lives?