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The complexity of the energy challenge requires systems level thinking, drawing on the breadth of our capabilities from policy and economics to new technologies. With our national and international collaborators, from both academia and industry, we are helping to define the landscape for the future. The Birmingham Energy Institute brings together people and ideas, it enables funding and training and delivers creative solutions and human talent.Professor Martin Freer, Director of the Birmingham Energy Institute.
On a national and international scale there exists a collective challenge for government, society and research to reshape the way we generate and use energy, improve the lives of people across the world, reduce the impacts of climate change and help economies grow sustainably.
The Birmingham Energy Institute is committed to partnering with industry, academia, policy makers and other key stakeholders to support the drive towards clean and smart energy. By working collaboratively, we are able to share ideas and expertise to overcome existing challenges and maximise on the opportunities created by the global energy market.