The UK’s first high-flux neutron facility has been launched at the University of Birmingham.
A ‘digital twin’ to comprehensively model and test pathways to clean energy and net zero emissions in East Birmingham is being planned in a new partnership.
Rare Earth materials used in high performance magnets for electronic devices will be recycled in a new facility.
Experts leading research into sustainable cooling have received a multi-million pound boost for their work in Africa.
The Climate Innovation Platform (CIP) has welcomed its second cohort of 14 SME’s focused on driving energy technology innovation.
This month, the Government launched the UK’s first-ever critical minerals strategy, aiming to improve the security of supply of critical minerals.
Net zero goals for heating need to be owned and delivered by regional and local governments, with East Birmingham serving as one of three testbeds for the UK.