Birmingham Energy Institute News

University of Birmingham invests in Tyseley Energy Park

University of Birmingham invests in Tyseley Energy Park
Description
The University of Birmingham is delighted to announce that it has invested £2.5 M in the Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) to work towards overcoming challenges such as energy poverty and poor air quality in the West Midlands.
Date:
23/05/2018

Birmingham and Haryana sign agreement on clean cold for India

Birmingham and Haryana sign agreement on clean cold for India
Description
The University of Birmingham and the State Government of Haryana have signed an agreement to advance the use of 'clean cold' technology in India and help meet rising demand for cooling sustainably.
Date:
17/05/2018

Assessing the impact of energy storage technologies in Mexico

Assessing the impact of energy storage technologies in Mexico
Description
University of Birmingham experts are working with partners in Mexico to find a way of meeting the country's ambitious clean energy targets.
Date:
16/05/2018

Exploring the future of science diplomacy with the next generation

Description
It is believed that global humanity will face big societal challenges such as health, health provision and artificial intelligence in the near future. UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office Chief Scientific Adviser, Professor Robin Grimes, visited the University of Birmingham in April to explain that science will make a difference to all these problems, as well as positively influencing employment.
Date:
01/05/2018

Birmingham expert receives major award recognising work in energy storage

Birmingham expert receives major award recognising work in energy storage
Description
University of Birmingham energy storage expert Professor Yulong Ding has been awarded a prestigious international prize recognising his work.
Date:
20/04/2018

Decarbonising cooling emissions will suck up world's planned solar energy

Decarbonising cooling emissions will suck up world's planned solar energy
Description
Today (18 April 2018) the University of Birmingham is bringing together more than 100 cooling and energy efficiency decision-makers and experts at the world's first congress on 'clean cold' to discuss the urgent topic of how to meet our global demand for cooling sustainably.
Date:
18/04/2018

Ministry of Climate Change and Environment Hosts Innovative 'Clean Cold' Workshop in Dubai

Ministry of Climate Change and Environment Hosts Innovative 'Clean Cold' Workshop in Dubai
Description
The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) hosted in its headquarters in Dubai Academic City a 'clean cool' workshop exploring ways of meeting the country's rapidly rising demand for air-conditioning with more sustainable cooling technologies.
Date:
10/04/2018

The world's first large scale composite Phase Change Material demonstration plant for curtailed wind power

Description
A UK-China collaborative project led Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage (BCES), funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), UK Research and Innovation China (UKRI China), has led to the successful commercial demonstration pilot using composite Phase Change Material in Chinese region of Xinjiang.
Date:
09/04/2018
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