Hartlepool Power Station

Hartlepool, UK

Hartlepool is a nuclear power station on the north east coast of England, on the mouth of the River Tees in County Durham.

It is capable of supplying electricity to over 2 million UK homes and has a net electrical output of 1,190 megawatts. Electricity is produced through the use of two advanced gas-cooled reactors (AGR) and Hartlepool was the third nuclear power station in the United Kingdom to use AGR technology. Hartlepool was also the power station to be built so close to a major urban area.

The station started producing electricity in 1983 and is now owned and operated by EDF Energy. 

  • Commercial & Financial
  • Energy & Utilities

Cradle Mountain Hotel

By Bjørn Christian Tørrissen


The Cradle Mountain Hotel is situated in a breathtaking alpine forest close to Dove Lake on the northern edge of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. This stunning area includes Tasmania's tallest mountain and deepest gorge. The hotel is ideally located to visit this spectacular location and includes a range of activities and trips for those keen to explore the area, as well pampering therapies for those who want to relax. 



  • Leisure & Hospitality

Christ University


Christ University in Bangalore, India was founded in 1969 as an autonomous college and declared a university in 1956. The University is under the management of the priests of the Catholic religious order Carmelites of Mary Immaculate, and has over  18,000 students. 

Ranked among the top private universities in India, Christ offers a wide range of nationally and internationally-recognised undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes  It has a foreign student community of about 700 from 58 nationalities.

The University is now protected by Advanced Axis AX panels and 500 devices.

  • Education