Birmingham Energy Institute News

Birmingham Energy Institute welcomes Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy onto campus

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The Birmingham Energy Institute was honoured to welcome Executive members of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to tour the Cryogenic Energy Storage (CES) facilities and find out more about the Institute's latest research.
Date:
19/10/2017

University of Birmingham Researchers discover how to enhance the round trip efficiency of Liquid Air Energy Storage

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Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) is a technology first developed by Professor Yulong Dingand his team at the University of Birmingham's Energy Institute.
Date:
19/10/2017

Retail Refrigeration: Making the Transition to Clean Cold

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12 months on from the signing of the Kigali Amendment, a global agreement to phase out HFC refrigeration gases, a new report from the University of Birmingham suggests that the energy cost of refrigeration is being forgotten.
Date:
10/10/2017

Professor Haisheng Chen secures Newton Advanced Fellowship

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The University of Birmingham is delighted to announce that Professor Haisheng Chen's recent application for the Royal Society Newton Advanced Fellowship has been successful. As hosts, academics from the University of Birmingham were delighted to sign the acceptance letter and now look forward to working with Prof Chen in the near future.
Date:
29/09/2017

University of Birmingham to host world's first clean cold congress

University of Birmingham to host world's first clean cold congress
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The world's first international congress dedicated to clean cold will see academic experts join leaders from industry and government to map a global response to ever-increasing global demands for cooling.
Date:
18/09/2017

International particle technology forum helps strengthen research ties between Birmingham and China

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´╗┐Researchers from the University of Birmingham's School of Chemical Engineering and Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage have recently organised and delivered the UK-China International Particle Technology Forum VI in the city of Yangzhou, China.
Date:
12/09/2017

Researchers identify cheaper, greener biofuels processing catalyst

Researchers identify cheaper, greener biofuels processing catalyst
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Fuels that are produced from nonpetroleum-based biological sources may become greener and more affordable, thanks to research performed by the University of Birmingham and University of Illinois' Prairie Research Institute that examines the use of a processing catalyst made from palladium metal and bacteria.
Date:
31/08/2017

Academics from the UK and China explore how efficient energy utilization can help tackle climate change

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Academics from the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage at the University of Birmingham and Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China, met in Nanjing between 10 and 13 August to explore the role of efficient energy utilization in tackling climate change and meeting growing global demand for energy.
Date:
21/08/2017
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