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3 Apr 2020

Could Vertical Farming be the Solution to Supermarket Supply Problems

Empty supermarket shelves have become a common sight in recent weeks. Coronavirus Has Highlighted the Problems in Supermarket Supply: Could Vertical Farming Be The Solution?
23 Apr 2019

Electric van for Sainsbury's green grocery deliveries

Sainsbury's latest recruit is in action - Evie, the zero emission electric van will be on the roads delivering online grocery orders to customers across central and east London.
17 Jan 2019

Ground Control offer new lease hire option with partner ChargePoint

Ground Control has now unveiled a lease hire option for the supply and installation of ChargePoint charging units, continuing their support of the electric vehicle network.
21 Aug 2018

Ground Control appoint Andy Gray, launch new EV charging service

Ground Control appoint Andy Gray to lead the launch of new market-leading electric vehicle charging service
10 Aug 2018


19 Jun 2018

New British technology turns windows into solar panels

Britain's estimated 1 billion windows could become the power generators of the future, letting light through while harnessing solar energy.
30 Apr 2018

UK's first grocery delivery service by electric cargo bike

A fleet of five zero emission bikes will be setting off across South London from the Streatham Common store, delivering up to 100 orders a day to local customers who've shopped through the retailer's groceries online website.
13 Jul 2017

Sainsbury's introduces ham smart label technology to combat waste

Sainsbury's is attempting to tackle food waste with the introduction of a 'smart label' for its own-brand ham.
26 Aug 2009

Summary of the quarterly FlexTech Alliance meeting

IDTechEx presented at the well-attended FlexTech Alliance meeting at Binghamton, NY, last week. The session focussed on the use of printed and flexible electronics for medical applications.
25 Jun 2009

People powered checkouts

In a European first, Sainsbury's is installing a revolutionary invention which creates green energy every time a customer simply drives into the car park to do their shopping.