Riding on the wings of tidal power

In this Q&A article Richard Parkinson, CEO of Inyanga Marine Energy Group, talks to Ed Hill about its development of HydroWing tidal stream power and the opportunities it offers the UK supply chain.
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Editor's comment: Turning the tide into turnover

As I write this comment, two men that have made a significant contribution to the development of wind power have just been awarded the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, sometimes referred to as the discipline’s ‘Nobel Prize’.
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Major: The benchmark when it comes to metal cutting. e.g. FT face milling system – Stable and efficient, with 45° approach and eight cutting edges.Basic: Performance that pays off. e.g. BXP high feed milling system – Excellent results with small diameters.

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Trumpf showcases new press brake

Trumpf’s Bend TecDay 2024, held at the company’s Luton headquarters in February, proved a resounding success with an impressive number of visitors attending from both existing and potential customers.
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Make UK chief calls for 15% GDP target for manufacturing

The head of Britain’s manufacturing body has today called for all political parties to commit to an industrial strategy with an explicit target for industry to account for 15% of UK GDP, with the potential to add an extra £150bn to economic output.
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Make UK partners with employee safety firm

Make UK, one of the country’s leading business organisations, has partnered with personal safety technology market leaders, Peoplesafe to protect the manufacturing industry’s workers.
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