Birmingham Energy Institute News

Two new appointments for Dr Jonathan Radcliffe will support the shaping of the UK Energy Strategy

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Dr Jonathan Radcliffe, a Reader in Energy Systems and Innovation at the University of Birmingham, has been appointed to two new advisory roles to support UK energy research funding and a Parliamentary inquiry.
Date:
13/02/2019

The world's first commercial composite Phase Change Material plant for curtailed wind power

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A UK-China collaborative project led by the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage has led to the first commercial, large scale, composite Phase Change Material demonstration plant for curtailed wind power.
Date:
08/02/2019

Birmingham Centre for Energy storage awarded new project to tackle energy efficiency

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BEIS has awarded £350,000 to a consortium comprising the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage, Aggregate Industries and Innovatium, for a first-time industrial application of liquid air energy storage technology.
Date:
30/01/2019

Revolutionising the way manufacturing is done

Revolutionising the way manufacturing is done
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An automated, self-contained miniature factory, developed by the Universities of Birmingham and Loughborough and the Manufacturing Technology Centre will help SMEs access the next generation of manufacturing techniques.
Date:
25/01/2019

Tackling the UK Energy Transformation

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Over 300 guests from academia, industry and local government gathered together at ERA Vision – The Midlands Energy Conference to discuss the latest developments in energy research, explore the obstacles facing energy transformation, and identify the possible solutions.
Date:
04/01/2019

UK and China scientists develop world-first cold storage road/rail container

UK and China scientists develop world-first cold storage road/rail container
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University of Birmingham experts have worked with one of China's biggest railway rolling stock companies to develop the world's first shipping container using materials that store and release cold energy.
Date:
21/12/2018

Birmingham joins China's nuclear regulator for safe and clean energy research

Birmingham joins China's nuclear regulator for safe and clean energy research
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University of Birmingham experts are partnering with Chinese nuclear regulators in helping develop cleaner, safer and more sustainable civil atomic energy.
Date:
19/12/2018

University of Birmingham leads discussions on boosting 'clean cold' in India

University of Birmingham leads discussions on boosting 'clean cold' in India
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Experts from the University of Birmingham led discussions on broadening the use of sustainable cooling technology in India and supporting the Indian Government's drive to meet key development targets.
Date:
18/12/2018
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