The UK's Climate Change Committee (CCC), chaired by Lord Deben visited Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) to see a demonstration of Birmingham City Council's Hydrogen Bus fleet and the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre.
New HVDC prototype and powerful economic analysis make the case for a global energy grid based on 100% renewable energy
Senior academic leaders and experts from across the World Alliance of Universities on Carbon Neutrality (WAUCN) have joined forces to create a roadmap for tackling the changes of achieving carbon net zero.
A new programme has been launched which is designed to support and foster the creation of a new hydrogen economy in the Midlands.
The facility will help researchers to better understand the science of how neutrons interact with matter, with applications extending to nuclear medicine and space.
The University of Birmingham and Imperial College London have set up a new spinout, About:Energy, to commercialise a battery modelling capability that will increase the speed of battery prototype development.
Sir Keir Starmer, leader of the Labour Party, visited Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) in Birmingham to find out more about the collaboration that is taking place between academia, industry and the public sector.