Monthly Archives: December 2013

Formula Student and Electric Vehicles

I forgot over the summer to put up a post commenting on the formula student competition held in July this year at Silverstone in England. So I thought, as I’ve the time over Christmas, to correct that omission. Formula student, … Continue reading

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Energy and Green Tariffs

I had a go at Ed Miliband and labour’s proposed policies on energy a few weeks back. While I understand the populist frustration regarding energy bills I would question whether a freeze on energy prices will have the desired result … Continue reading

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