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AEA Technology is to acquire Eastern Research Group, the US environmental science firm, for £52m.
AEA Technology is to acquire Project Performance Corporation, the US environmental management consultancy, for £33m.
AEA Technology is planning to create up to 100 new jobs to cope with rising concerns about energy security and climate change, with most being located at its environmental division in Harwell.
AEA Technology is to sell its railway consultancy and signalling operations to companies represented by Vision Capital Group for up to £58m.
AEA Technology is to sell a number of businesses to Coller Capital for £40m, including its battery plant in Thurso, AEA HK, QSA, nCode, Accentus, Engineering, Safety and Risk, Safeguard, EASA and Lexware International.
AEA Technology is to create a further 40 jobs at its Glengarnock technology centre in Ayrshire.
AEA Technology is planning to create about 100 jobs at its battery plant in Thurso over the next three years.
AEA Technology has sold its Nuclear Science operation, which employs 153 people at Windscale and 15 at Harwell, to British Nuclear Fuels for £9.7m.
AEA Technology is to sell its CFX software business, which specialises in computational fluid dynamics, to Ansys of the US for £12m.
AEA Technology has acquired Lexware International, the East Kilbride-based provider of environment management services with 30 staff.
AEA Technology is to create up to 30 jobs at its Derby-based rail technology business next year, having won a £3m contract to work on the West Coast Line.
AEA Technology is planning to open a £3m technology centre at Glengarnock near Glasgow, with the creation of about 100 jobs.
AEA Technology is to sell Forensic Alliance, the provider of forensic services to police forces, to a management buy-out backed by Close Brothers Growth Capital for about £5m.
AEA Technology is to acquire The Engineering Link, the Derby-based train services company with about 200 staff, for £10m.
AEA Technology has produced a feasibility study on behalf of Greenpeace and TXU for the development of 15,000 wind generators off the coast of East Anglia, and the £30bn scheme could generate 25% of the country's electricity needs by 2020.
AEA Technology is to sell Hyprotech, the Canadian engineering software business with an office in Harwell, to Aspen Technology for £67m.
AEA Technology is to create 200 jobs at its battery plant in Thurso, having won a £47m Ministry of Defence contract to supply batteries for battlefield communications, and a further 100 jobs will be created at a new facility.
AEA Technology has acquired Kinectrics, the Canadian power technology company, from Ontario Power Generation for £5.9m.
AEA Technology is to centralise its battery operations at Thurso, which will involve the relocation of up to 50 jobs from Crawley and the creation of 20 new jobs.
AEA Technology Rail is planning to set up a new £14m headquarters at Pride Park in Derby by the end of next year.
AEA Technology is considering plans to set up a wood energy supply business in Rotherham, and is in discussions with the local council about setting up wood chip boilers at the former Dinnington pit site.
AEA Technology has acquired NSTO, the technology division of Dutch national railways Nederlandse Spoorwegen, for £0.9m.
AEA Technology is to build a new 32,000 sq ft office and training facility at the Harwell International Business Centre, in order to expand its engineering software business.
AEA Technology is planning to recruit an additional 30 staff, due to the expansion of its Derby-based railway technology business.
AEA Technology has sold Analytical Services Group to Harwell Scientifics, a subsidiary of Atesta, for £2.2m.
AEA Technology is to merge its nuclear services operations with those of British Nuclear Fuels, to create a joint venture company with sales of about £150m a year.
AEA Technology has won most of a £50m contract to supply batteries for the Army's new Bowman battlefield communications system, and a factory will be built in Thurso.
AEA Technology is selling its Dorset-based specialist instrumentation business to Packard BioScience Company of the US for £6.9m.
AEA Technology is acquiring EA Systems, the Californian developer of engineering software, for £9m.
AEA Technology is forming a £12m joint venture with Japan Storage Battery and Mitsubishi Materials to set up a plant in Thurso to produce lithium batteries for the defence and communications sectors, in a move that will create 130 jobs.
AEA Technology has acquired Nycomed Amersham's industrial services unit for an initial £16m.
AEA Technology is acquiring Code International, the producer of lifetime prediction software, for £6.9m.
AEA Technology is acquiring ERG Environmental Resource Group, the environmental engineering business, from Southern Water for £6m.
AEA Technology is acquiring Hyprotech, the Canadian producer of software for the design of oil and gas rigs, for £34m.
AEA Technology is acquiring BR Research from the British Railways Board for £10.8m.