Net zero energy goals for heating need to be owned and delivered by regional and local governments, according to a new report.
The West Midlands is the UK's battery recycling heart - a new study reveals.
The project aims to design, build, commission, and operate the world’s largest and most efficient ammonia to hydrogen conversion unit of its kind.
The University of Birmingham is one of fifteen universities supporting a campaign to bring the UK’s first fusion power plant to Nottinghamshire.
Thirteen cleantech businesses recently celebrated their graduation from the Climate Innovation Platform’s 'Low Carbon Energy Solutions, Innovator Challenge’.
The University of Birmingham and Tyseley Energy Park are working together to deal with the future challenges of the UK’s energy system
A research project aimed at bringing a truly circular economy one step closer, has received a £1.2 million research grant from EPSRC.