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Over the past five years, renewable energy has seen a dramatic uptick in popularity around the world. From the massive new solar farms in India to the off-shore windfarms being launched off the coast of Scotland, the world is tapping into the potential that renewables hold in an unprecedented way.

With just over a week to go until the Project Controls Expo 2018, we have put together a list of all you need to know for the day.

Location: All Delegates and Guests will be entering via Woolwich Entrance, Emirates Arsenal Stadium/ Football Club, 75 Drayton Park, London N7 7DD  - which is on the East side of the Stadium.

Parking at the stadium is NOT available so please park at nearby car parks.  

TRS are excited to announce their attendance for the 8th year running at the Project Controls Expo in London. This show is the most important event for those working within the spectrum of Projects Controls, offering educational opportunities, network building and a chance to explore career opportunities with experienced industry professionals.

This month we are looking at living and working in Charleston and the tristate area, South Carolina.

A range of industries, including automotive applications, could be benefitted by a newly developed way to control how liquids dry on surfaces.

Researchers have published findings in the journal Nature Communications, which explores the way in which watermarks remain on solid surfaces and how to reduce their shape and size. Watermarks have been resoundingly uncontrollable, the shape and location of droplets whilst evaporating are unpredictable.

A Transparent polymer film can conduct electricity, finding use in TV, phones and computer screens after researchers of Purdue University created it using inexpensive organic materials. This is the first of its kind to be successfully produced in a transparent form, offering an alternative to often expensive inorganic materials.

A joint venture by Highview Power Storage and Viridor, have built a 5MW/15MWh energy storage demonstration project.

Mining in Western Australia has risen in economic and recruitment possibilities throughout the past year. With ever-expanding mining projects throughout this area, it is clear to see an attraction for those perusing a mining career. We take a look at how mining in Western Australia has affected the economy on a global scale, as well as the recruitment potential in mining jobs WA.

US construction technologies firm Icon has demonstrated the 24-hour production of a single storey house through the method of 3D printing.

A 650 square foot home in Texas was revealed after being built using a 3D printer. This machinery can build structures by releasing layers of specially formulated concrete. “Vulcan”, the 3D printer developed by Icon, releases concrete out of a nozzle following a preprogrammed pattern. The layers slowly build up to form a basic house structure. After this, the structure of the home is finished through manually inserting doors and windows etc.

Engineers developing a low-maintenance and low-carbon bridge in the UK are using inspiration from the anatomy of the human spine.