A new report published by the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) and the Birmingham Energy Institute at the University of Birmingham provides a blueprint for how the UK can lead the world in managing its waste.
Small and medium businesses in the Black Country, Birmingham, Coventry and Warwickshire are being offered additional free support to help them overcome some of the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Birmingham Energy Institute has partnered with Tyselely Energy Park to support the development of energy engineering skills amongst the school children and local community of Tyseley and Hay Mills.
Scientists are launching a key study to help African nations prepare for the sustainable distribution of an eventual COVID-19 vaccine.
UKRI funding has been announced for a Regional Energy System Operator project (RESO) that will help decarbonise the city of Coventry.
There is a strong need to light a fire under the economy and decarbonisation and sustainable heat may be the best way of achieving this.
Construction has begun at a new University of Birmingham sustainable energy research and innovation centre based at Tyseley Energy Park.