Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre

The £8.5m Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre (BEIC) has been designed to promote innovation in waste, energy, and low carbon vehicle systems. Funded by the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP, the BEIC will help deliver a greener and cleaner ecosystem for Birmingham and the West Midlands. 

The Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre BuildingThe BEIC will focus particularly on the work of the Birmingham Energy Institute's nationally recognised centres of excellence in hydrogen and fuel cells, energy storage, magnet and battery recycling and converting waste to fuels and energy. Innovations developed at the Centre will spin out into the city and region, as well as national and international markets.

The Centre will also offer students from the university, schools and colleges the opportunity to get involved with projects in and around the East Birmingham area. These projects will range from supporting the acceleration of the research at the Birmingham Energy Institute through to education and engaging with the community.

Watch the construction of the BEIC

Watch the time-lapse construction of the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre

Explore the BEIC

 Visiting the BEIC 

A map showing the location of the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre

Please note: the postcode for BEIC is not yet registering on google maps, when visiting the BEIC please use the following directions:

 1. Head out of Birmingham via the A45

2. When you reach the Heybarnes Circle (the ASDA Small Heath store roundabout), do a U-turn back into Birmingham on the A45

3. Take the first left off the road towards the Tyseley Energy Park.

4. The BEIC is on the left hand side as you enter the estate.

Opening times 

The BEIC is open Monday to Friday from 09:00-17:00, this excludes bank holidays and University of Birmingham closed days.