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24 June 2019
How can the UK best encourage investment into a low-carbon, low-cost energy system while securing energy supplies for the long term?
20 June 2019
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) is 100 years old this year. WES Council members Dr Sarah Chen and Yasmin Ali, both professional engineers working in the energy sector, call on all civil engineers to help achieve gender parity in engineering.
19 June 2019
Ludmila Johnston, an active member of ICE Scotland's Municipal Group, tells us how being a woman and a mum didn't stop her from becoming a civil engineer, and encourages other young women to pursue the career, too.
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The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee is currently examining the evidence that was received as part of its inquiry on financing energy infrastructure.
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