The IET has called for the government to capitalise on the smart meter roll-out delay to formalise specifications for the system.
Miners working for world number three platinum producer Lonmin launched a wildcat strike today, halting all mining operations.
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View the latest Built Environment Sector case study on GE Digital Energy, a division of GE Energy which is part of the global Smart Grid effort to modernise and optimise how the world generates, moves and consumes energy.
Energy Storage has a part to play in redressing the balance between power demand and power supply at a given point in time. This resource page offers useful links on developments in this technology.
The partnership between the IET and the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Lifts Group has produced a wealth of insights in this area.
Webcasts and industry interviews from Building Energy Efficiency professionals, as well as a perspective from tomorrow’s engineers in Europe.
Data Centre Design are notorious power consuming installations. Find out how they are now being designed with Energy Efficiency in mind.
Power generated within the community and the utilisation of the heat for the community that surrounds the power source. Not a new idea but more schemes are beginning to be commissioned, including the Olympic Park. Why now?
BIM is fast becoming an accepted process on many projects. This page of webcasts outlines from industry experts what exactly this means for practitioners and where is this mindset taking us.
Bringing you all the latest on IET Built Environment Sector initiatives, partnerships and thought leadership together with details of upcoming events, Sector highlights on IET.tv and opportunities for you to get involved!
This high-level review summarises the major outcomes from a remarkable year of activity for IET Sectors.
11 March 2013
There is no single internationally accepted definition of an 'eco-city', but China believes it has a pretty good suggestion in Tianjin Eco-city.
11 February 2013
On 12-13 March the IET hosts a major international summit in London organised by the national engineering academies of the UK, US and China to discuss progress on 14 'grand challenges' identified five years ago by America's National Academy of Engineering. We look at what they are and how close the world is to solving them.
11 February 2013
Three decades after the opening of the original Severn Bridge a second crossing was opened to alleviate congestion caused the huge growth in traffic streaming into Wales.
This Briefing provides an introduction to electricity storage technologies and answers some key questions about the roles that storage can play within the electricity system.
This factfile examines what can be done at less cost with the UK road network to achieve transport policy objectives such as reducing congestion, accidents and emissions.
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