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Evolution v technology: influencing natural selection

18 October, 2013

What can evolution teach us about our attitudes to technology? Steve Brambley, deputy director of Gambica – the UK trade association for the automation, control, instrumentation and laboratory technology sectors – has some ideas.

The invisible technology that’s everywhere

14 August, 2013

The UK electronics sector is twice the size of the automotive sector. But, as Steve Brambley, Gambica’s deputy director* argues, with more support from Government this “invisible”, yet vital, industry could become much bigger.

A standard that saves energy, saves money

10 May, 2013

ISO 50001 offers a framework and strategy for systematic management of energy use. Steve Brambley, Gambica’s deputy director*, explains why the standard makes perfect business sense for all organisations, irrespective of their size, sector or location.

You worry about mpg, so why not p/kWh?

20 April, 2013

When buying a motor-driven system, it is much more important to consider its running costs than its purchase price. Gambica’s* deputy director, Steve Brambley, draws a striking analogy with buying a car.

There’s never been a better time to invest in energy saving

05 February, 2013

The Government has announced a ten-fold increase in the tax-free allowance for energy efficiency investments. Gambica’s deputy director, Steve Brambley, explains how this could give you savings worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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