A programme that supports SMEs within Greater Birmingham and Solihull to adopt low carbon energy technologies and applications is to be rolled out across the region after securing funding.
British experts are in India working out the most effective way of helping farmers to increase economic well-being by making the most of clean, sustainable chilled distribution systems.
Researchers are mitigating the dependency on rare earth imports by developing novel technological solutions.
This week the Birmingham Centre for Energy Storage announced that applications are now open for the Multi-scale Analysis for Facilities for Energy Storage (MANIFEST) 2020 Research Exchange Programme.
Developed by University of Birmingham academics, liquid air energy storage could play a part in helping to crack the global challenge faced by electricity providers of balancing power supply and demand.
An SME engagement programme run by the University of Birmingham's Energy Institute is celebrating providing over 100 companies with free support, generating a net income of almost £25 million for the economy.
A group of prominent academics from the UK are visiting China to build new collaborations in energy research.