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In a speech to the CBI yesterday, David Cameron unveiled a new £200m scheme to develop Technology and Innovation Centres in Britian over the next next four years, based on the German Fraunhofer Institutes designed to improve links between universities and business.
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The finalists for the Institute of Engineering and Technology Innovation Awards have now been announced and include some incredible innovations across the built environment, electronics, emerging technologies and healthcare industries.
Transport For London is working towards the Greater London Authority's target to reduce CO2 emissions by 25% before 2025 and to help them achieve this target they have installed the UK's largest in-house hydrogen fuel cell in their new building. This could also help them save upto £90,000 per annum on utility bills. This has been described as a major green retrofit.
The London 2012 Olympics are described as the world's first "sustainable games" in the September issue of the engineer magazine. Although the total costs estimated at £9.4bn may seem excessive given the UK's current financial position, the plans are heavily focused on sustainability and regeneration. In the article Paul May, of the London Organising Committee announced that "We predict that 75,000 business opportunities will be available as we look to spend £1.2bn"
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