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Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd is one of the world’s technology leaders in ultra...
With thoughts turning to the crucial Paris climate talks, I find it extremely encouraging to see corporates warming to the idea of sustainability.
Much has been said about the fall back in metals prices. With mining capacity having grown and trade barriers taken apart, prices across the global market have dropped significantly in the last few years, boosting the profitability of the European tech industry - a major importer.
The news agenda has been awash with stories about the heightened risk of blackouts this winter. Recent energy policy announcements, which have shaken up support for the renewable sector, have put further pressure on the UK's future capacity margins.
Here, Anna Nicols, head of risk management and research at Utilyx, argues that tightening margins could also have an impact on pushing up prices for businesses in the years ahead.
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