Contrary to popular belief, wind power won't solve all our future electricity needs – as the Editor learned from Howard Sharman at a meeting held in London earlier this year
It's a temple to the high priests of British Engineering Excellence – the Institution of Civil Engineers in London, two minutes from the Houses of Parliament. On its walls are portraits of great engineering masters – Telford and Brunel amongst others. These men weren't just engineers, they were gods; and they didn't give a damn about their investors. They had a technical vision, and they delivered . . .