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Dead end for carmakers?

Dead end for carmakers? The British automotive industry could be the next victim of rising energy prices. New reports from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) displays firms face a £90m boost in their energy bills this year as prices climb by a staggering 50 percent. The report implies the UK electricity costs…
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Microban International put antimicrobial additives in seats

Microban International put antimicrobial additives in seats: Microban International is happy to report its attendance and participation in this year’s Foam Expo North America, on dates   June 28-30. The global leader in antimicrobial treatments will have a committed booth on the expo floor, where it will display its many solutions for foam products, showing…
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AGI Group grows with joining of Premex Solutions GmbH

AGI Group grows with joining of Premex Solutions GmbH: The AGI Group is happy to report the favourable acquisition of Premex Solutions GmbH, Switzerland, on 31st May 2022. The AGI Group is a world-famous innovator in glass technology for a variety of chemical processing industries, containing the scientific and pharmaceutical sectors, & academia. Its root…
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Charging towards the future with new Gigafactory

Charging towards the future with new Gigafactory: Local authorities have approved the construction of a huge plant in the West Midlands to enhance electric vehicle battery production. Plans for the new plant have been approved by Warwick District Council and Coventry City Council. The building of the 530,000 square-metre gigafactory, which is expected to create…
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£10m up for grabs for innovative battery tech research

£10m up for grabs for innovative battery tech research: businesses are being invited to bid for a share of up to £10 million to support the innovative battery technologies development. As part of UK Research and Innovation, Innovate UK is providing the funding for feasibility studies & research and development into encouraging new battery technologies,…
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Honda to leave F1 for environmental initiatives

Honda to leave F1 for environmental initiatives: Plans to leave the Formula One World Championshiphave been announced by Honda so they can pursue environmental initiatives and do research on carbon-free technologies. It will end its participation in the international sports event as a power unit supplier at the end of the 2021 season says the…
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Low carbon vehicles get £73.5m government investment

Low carbon vehicles get £73.5m government investment: £73.5 million governmental investment is heading for the UK automotive sector for advanced technology to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Companies from Newcastle to Newport will research and develop recyclable batteries, low carbon technologies and motors for cars, electric taxis and vans. Businesses set to benefit include BMW Motorsport…
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