Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Synergy collects 200 unwanted bikes for donation scheme

Synergy Car Leasing is riding high after collecting 200 unused or unwanted cycles in its role as a bike donation station. A champion of giving...

ITM Power works with Shell to bring first hydrogen to a...

Sheffield clean energy company ITM Power has worked with multinational Shell to launch the first hydrogen refuelling station in the UK. It’s at Cobham service station...

Time Out: Steven Montgomery, Managing Director of Somfy UK & Ireland

The weekend is just around the corner and that means it's time for some quick fire questions. Here we speak with Steven Montgomery, the...

OrderWise set to get ‘pretty muddy’ for Cancer Research

Nine brave women from OrderWise are set to get dragged through the mud in Cancer Research’s Pretty Muddy 5K Race for Life at the...

Highways England trials all-electric roadworks vehicles

Two fully electric-powered roadworks vehicles are being trialled by Highways England for the first time. One is being used across the East Midlands and the...

Consumers could save £2bn if green light given for reform of...

An independent report has revealed consumers could save more than £2 billion if the UK Government’s planned renewable energy auctions are opened up to...

Clugston Distribution wins environmental accreditation

Clugston Distribution has won approval to the ISO14001:2004 standard through awarding body Lloyds Register as part of the company’s continuing efforts to enhance environmental...

Time Out: Anna Wooster, Managing Director at Greenio

The weekend is here again, and that means another ‘Time Out’. This week’s questions are answered by Anna Wooster, Managing Director at Greenio, who...

Hull’s regeneration will top IoD’s next ‘meet-up Monday’ session

The regeneration of Hull will top the agenda at the IoD’s next Meet-Up Monday, with Mark Jones, director of regeneration at Hull City Council, as...

Grimsby workshop to get seafood businesses Brexit ready

A workshop taking place in Grimsby next week aims to get businesses that process or trade seafood “Brexit ready”. The ‘Helping the UK seafood sector...

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