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5.5 Things You Maybe Didn’t Know About Compressed Air Compressed air is what makes our world go around here at Vert, but that in itself doesn’t make us unique. UK industry uses 10TWh of electricity annually to compress air, equivalent to the yearly output of almost 1.5 major power ...
Ecometrica to lead extension to Forests 2020 Project UK Space Agency’s international partnership will monitor more crops in drive for zero-deforestation commodities Edinburgh, 7 November 2019 – The UK Space Agency’s Forests 2020 project is set for expansion, with more crop monitoring and a new country joining for ...
Science-Based Targets How organizations can use target-setting to best address the climate crisis. With increasing pressures from investors and the public, organizations are beginning to go one step beyond greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting by developing organizational-level emissions targets in line with climate ...
Portable compressed air – could this be the future of flexible factory working? Even those who have never shared their workspace with fellow employees are familiar with the hot desking model of office organisation. Borrowed from the naval practice of “hot racking” – where sailors on different shifts share the same bunks – ...
Vert team member Chris completes impressive charity challenge Chris Bruce, an assembly engineer with Vert has completed the last of eight gruelling physical challenges to raise money to mark the 10-year anniversary of a life-changing health diagnosis. Chris completed the six-mile Tiger Escapade at Lochmore Meadows in Fife ...
Some changes We wanted to share with you some changes with regard to Space Network Scotland.  As you may know, Space Network Scotland (SNS) was created in 2014 as part of the activities of Scottish Enterprise’s Space Network Integrator project.   Since ...
Press release: Nuclear sites set to benefit from space data challenge Satellite technology could be used to support the clean up of UK nuclear sites, as part of a new Space Data Challenge launched by the UK Space Agency in collaboration with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).

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